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Full text of "1969 - Lion"

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Liberty High School, Brentwood, CA 



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Volume 40 



Liberty Union High School 

850 Second Street 
Brentwood, California 



Published by the 
Annual Staff 
of Liberty Union 
High School 




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Contents. . . 



Curriculum 10 Activities 38 



Clubs 54 




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Athletics 84 



Classes 120 



Ads 156 









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Curriculum 




. . . "Born Free to follow 
your heart." 




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Board of trustees Art Honegger (president), Dewey DeMartini, Kenneth Dwelley, Floyd Pederson, and Harry Hobbs. 

Board Sees Construction Completed 



Behind every organization there must be some | 
type of governing and directing board. At Lib- 
erty Union High School, the Board of Trustees 
filled this role. 

Elected by the people of the community, the 
Board's responsibilities included giving final 
approval in hiring new personnel, expanding 
the curriculum and maintaining a high academic 
standard at Liberty. Overseeing construction 
plans for new gymnasium facilities and propos- 
ing tax bonds to cover financial needs for this 
project were other necessary tasks handled by 
Liberty s Board of Trustees. 

Meeting on the second and fourth Thursdays 
of each month, the Board made decisions which 
affected the future as well as the present of 
Liberty Union High School. 




Surrounded by sights and sounds of construction, students stop before 
the new gym facilitv to chat. The gym and exercise room were approved 
by the board of trustees in order to meet the ph>sical requirements of 
the Liberty High School students. 



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Boulding Examines Old, New Courses 



With the completion of the addition to the 
boys gymnasium some of Superintendent 
Wayne Boulding s responsibilities were fulfilled. 
But others had onlv begun, and continued until 
the end of the year. 

Last year Mr. Boulding examined new and old 
courses to determine their capacity for help- 
ing students prepare for the future. 



New faculty members were selected and inter- 
viewed by Mr. Boulding. He acted as spokes- 
man before the Board of Trustees concerning 
matters of salary and problems arising from 
school. Those were a few of the ways in which 
he helped to pave the way for each student. 
Thus he made it a little easier for them to be 
free to learn what they needed most to insure 
their future. 



SUPERINTENDENT WAYNE BOULDING 





Superintendent ^^'ayne Boulding proudly esairts his 
daughter. Jane Boulding. 68-69 Homecoming Queen 
onto the football field tor coronation ceremonies. 



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Vice-Principal, Head Counselor 
MR. VERNON NOBLE 
A.B.,M.A. 

Administrators Aid 
Students' Learning 

With a huge activity calendar behind his head, 
Principal Lou Bronzen attended to the school. 
Without this ever handy calendar, much confu- 
sion would have arisen concerning activity 
dates. 

All cuts, absences and tardies had to be checked, 
and kept busy doing so was Vice Principal Ger- 
ald Clayburn. Along with these duties, Mr. Clay- 
burn also had the responsibility of handling stu- 
dent discipline. 

Problem with classes or maybe a personal prob- 
lem? Vice Principal and Head Counselor, Ver- 
non Noble, was there at all times to lend a help- 
ing hand. 

These three men assisted Mr. Boulding in keep- 
ing Liberty headed on the right road towards 
better education. 



Vice Principal 

MR. GERALD CLAYBURN 

A.B., M.A. 

Principal 

MR. LOU BRONZAN 

A.B.,M.A. 




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Counselors are tor a purpose, which is, to open new doors of knowledge. 
New counselor Miss Julia Arcc keeps this in mind as she programs for 
newlv enrolled Liberty students 



Counselors Provide 
For Goal Planning 

JVlany counselors had, as their goal, the joy of 
assisting students in becoming the most effec- 
tive people they are capable of being. Counsel- 
ors helped students to understand the world in 
which they live, and to find a place of personal 
satisfaction in the world of work. 

Head counselor, Mr. Vernon Noble and his staff 
of counselors, Mr. David Kirby, Mr. Leonard 
Lucio, Mr. Henry Raming and Miss Julia Arce, 
were available to the students to help them 
benefit from their school curriculum and activi- 
ties. 

In planning their future, students made de- 
cisions on the basis of the available information 
about vocations and post-high school education. 




JULIA ARCE 
A.B., M.A. 

DAVID KIRBY 
B.S. 



LEONARD LUCIO 
A.B., M.A. 

HENRY RAMING 
A.B. 



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From till- bandroom to the ticid, Mr Man Jones stresses the importance 
ot tone, count, practice, ami the desire to play music. 




Looks of frustration and asoiiv are reflected on the face of Mr. William 
Batze, annual staff adviser, after a hard days work with organization 
pictures. As a new adviser, M r. Batze faced many problems. 




Faculty Shares 
Varied Interests 

In addition to regular class hours, teachers do- 
ited much of their spare time to further build- 
g of students' personalities, minds and bodies. 



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While in the classroom, students may have felt 
reserved towards a teacher, but being able to 
mix socially with him helped to clear the air and 
provide an atmosphere in which students and 
faculty could experience mutual friendships. 

Shining the light on another angle. Liberty un- 
raveled varied interests of the teachers. These 
ranged from music to photography and included 
fishing, boating, chess and even the art of judo. 




Help! During final week when teachers must turn in their grades lunch 
time becomes a hurried affair. Often times, a cup of coffee instead of a 
hot lunch must serve the purpose. 




Mixing business with pleasure. Pep Club adviser, Mr. Ellerie Von 
Schopp stops to talk with homecoming queen Jane Boulding and her 
attendant Paulette Billingsley. 



Great game! "Things are really going our way," quips principal Lou 
Bronzan as he and varsity football coach Jack Ferrill chat during halftime 
of the homecoming game. Victorious Lions overwhelm Granada 41 to 2. 



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Library Meets Challenges Of Students 



riiach time a student walks through the doors of 
the library, they are surrounded by a world of 
knowledge. To quote librarian Walter Sarafano- 
wich, "The minds and souls of students are like 
sponges they absorb everything and are never 
satisfied." This was the reason that he and his 
staff worked to keep the library up to date with 
books, newspapers, films, magazines, and audio- 
visual materials. 

Joining the library staff as assistant librarian 
last spring, Mrs. Kathern Sorenson began her 
duties of helping students and teacher. 



WALTER SHARAFANOWICH 

A.B. BS MA B L.S 

Librarian 



KATHERINE SORENSON 

Assistant Librarian 





Dennis Corgial confronts librarian, Walter Sharofanowich, with one of 
the man\ and varied problems that students bring him daily. 



Surrounded b\ a world of know ledge and a wealth of books Carl Rogers, 
Bonnie Hanner, and Gary Cunha cram for a first quarter test 





In Mr. James Alves; Spanish Class, supplied \\ ith car phones, the know- 
ledge of books and a good teacher, Dana Lopez, David Hoyle and Kathy 
Kanagaki build up their perception of the Spanish language. 




JAMES ALVES 
A.B., Spanish lA, IB, II, II, IV. 
Spanish Club Adviser 



EVELYN GRIFFITH 
A.B., Spanish lA, English .3C. 
French I, II, III, A.F.S. Club 
Adviser 



Spanish Students 
Use Language Lab 

-Trom within the confines of language classes, 
emerged French and Spanish natives, in the 
form of Liberty students; fluent in the customs 
and cultures of these countries. 

Spanish I and II students received training in 
basic language structure and pronunciation. 
Classes furthered their language knowledge 
through audio-lingual equipment. 

Again French students were offered a study of 
the language through use of filmstrips and 
tapes. A French III class was added which em- 
ployed the use of new grammar workbooks. 



Mr. James Alves instructs Dennis Henderson on the use of the audio- 
lingual. Utilization of earphones, tapes and books assist pupils to further 
their industrialization of Spanish. 




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Classical Novels Emphasized In English 

\^rking to master their own language, stu- American literature. The underclassmen ex- 
dents of Liberty utilized basic grammatical pressed themselves in essays and short stories 
structure in dramatizing novels, presenting vvith the aid of the knowledge gained in basic 
speeches and editing publications. skills. 



World Literature pupils strove to understand 
the philosophy of writers of ages past and famil- 
iarize themselves with classical literature. Sen- 
iors emphasized grammar in relation to college 
English courses. 

Juniors studied contemporary novels and early 



Practical usage of the language was made 
through drama and speech courses as well as 
journalism and annual staff classes. 

Miss Genurive Flett was new to the English 
Staff this vear. 



M ARVJ \\K BARNES 
B.A.M.A., F.iiKlish3. 4 

OLIVKR BASCOM 

M.A.,Knglish 1 , .3, 

HAROLD CHILD 
B.A., Kiiglish 1. Western Civili- 
zation. Sophomore (Mass AdvisiT 



(;eorgl\ cook 

M.A., Reading Consultant 

VIRGINIA DIEHL 
B.A. M.S., English L 2, GAA Ad- 
viser, Faculty Club Secretary. 

GENURIVE FLETT 
B.A., English 2, French Club Ad- 
viser. 



RICHARD HACKETT 
B.A., English I, 2, Crystal Wall 
Adviser. 

ROBERT RLSSELL 
B.A., Communications, Public 
Speaking. Drama, I, II, English 3, 
Playmakers Adviser. 

ELIRIEVON SCHOPP 
ABA, B.S English 2, World 
Literature, Pep Club .Adviser. 
Rally Squad Adviser, Chairman of 
Language Arts Department 




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To expand knowledge of distant countries and learn about the writers 
of these countries, Tina Bucceilato and Steve Lucchesi prepare World 
Literature assignments by scanning pamphlets about Italy, 



Mrs. Mary Jane Barnes points out an example and instructs the students 
of her English 3 class on the finer techniques and styles in writing poems. 



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Special Ed. Department Adds Mr. Frary 



JDecause some students had left the regular 
scholastic program or were in need of special 
assistance or emphasis on particular subjects a 
Special Education Program was offered. 

One part of this being a Work Study Program 
which was a socially, occupationally oriented 
curriculum that offered the student work ex- 
perience. This program was designed to pre- 
pare the pupil with a job skill at which he would 



be able to work after graduation. It also enabled 
the student to develop and progress in the field 
of his choice and interest. 

Continuation classes were taught by Mr. Robert 
Fray who was new to Liberty this year. 

Mr. Frank De Parsia returned this year to in- 
struct and aid in the language arts as well as 
Special Education classes. 




FRANK DE PARSIA 
AA.. BA. Work Study Co- 
ordinator. Frosh Football Coach. 

ROBERT FRARY 
B.A., Continuation Education. 
American (iovernment. Western 
Civilization. 



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Mr. Herb Scott explains to Delmar (^reenleaf now the number system is 
broken down from simple whole numbers to complex ones. 




GERALD CRAWFORD 
B.S., Algebra, Geometry. 




ELIAS HERNANDEZ 
M.Ed., B.S., Algebra, Geometry, 
Math 1 

HERBERT SCOTT 
A.B., Cross Country (^oach. Assist- 
ant Track Coach, Algebra I, Al- 
gebra H, Trig Analysis. 



Pupils Start Basic 
But Finish Complex 

Iwo new additions were made to the mathe- 
matics teaching staff. Mr. EHas Hernandez 
and Mr. Gerald Crawford both endeavored to 
help students learn accuracy in mathematics. 

General math gave students an opportunity to 
further their education in basic math; while 
geometry required students to consider reasons 
for mathematical statements. 

Algebra I students learned the rlationship of 
numbers; and Algebra II and Trig Analysis gave 
students the opportunity to further investigate 
number relations. 



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while Mr. Devel Morgan explains the complicated steps needed for the 
weighing of the gas carbon dioxide in a plastic bag, Pat Devall follows 
through with the experiment as Chris Knight takes notes. As the expres- 
sion on Pat s face shows, she seems to be rather doubtful of it. 



Experiments Help 
To Discover Ideas 

As the decade passes, more and more disa)v- 
eries and explorations are made in the field of 
science. In order to understand these discover- 
ies, students enrolled in one of the four courses 
offerred this year. 

General and advanced science students were re- 
aquainted with the concepts of science and in- 
troduced to new ideas. 

Biology gave students the opportunity to under- 
stand the physical characteristics of living or- 
ganisms. 

Chemistry students were concerned with accur- 
acy in observations and calculations. 

For those interested in continuing their educa- 
tion in the physical world, physics were offered. 




ROBKKTGI.KNN 
B.S., M.A., BiologN B, Math IB, 
Boys P.E. .3-4, Senior Class Ad- 
viser, \'arsit\ liasebail. Head J \ 
Football. 

DEWKI. MORGAN 
A.B. , Ph\sics, (]hemistr\. Senior 
Math, CSF .\dviser. Chairman of 
Negotiating Panel. 



FRANKLIN PHILLIPS, JR 
A.B., Biology, Algebra 2B. 

GEORGFSMYLIF. 
B.A., General Science, Assistant 
Varsity Football Coach, Junior 
Varsit\ Basketball Coach. 



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WILLIAM BATZK 
A.B., Western Civilization, 
Journalism 1, IL State Re- 
quirements, Totalitarian (Gov- 
ernments, Annual Staff, Year- 
h)ook Society, Liberty Bell Ad- 
viser, Faculty Club, Liberty 
Teacfiers Association Vice- 
President. 



PATCLAYWELL 
B.A., English 1, West Civiliza- 
tion, Cheerleader, Songleader 
Adviser, Chairman of Welfare 
Committee. 



GERALD HARDT 
A. A., B..A., Special Driver Ed- 
ucation and Training, State 
Requirements, Under Devel- 
oped Nations, Totalitarianism, 
Hi-Risers Adviser, Driver 
Training Director. 




From Revolution 
To Legal Problems 

As the earth spins around, have you ever 
thought about falUng off? We don't! Freshmen 
explored facts about the Reformation and the 
Industrial Revolution, while the sophomores 
ventured into traffic court discussions concern- 
ing people who did not heed laws of the high- 
ways. 

Traveling back in time again, juniors fixed upon 
Abraham Lincoln "with equahty for all", as the 
golden chain which unites us under one, while 
seniors studied the checks and balances of our 
legislative bodies. 

Fam Graves and Steve Baker keep the history classes' attention for their 
group report by using the blackboard, glob and maps. Steve backs his 
point for Mrs. Claywell using the map of Europe. 





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WILLIAM SNOW 
B.S., M.A., Amt'ricaii Ciovern- 
ment. Student Government, 
Student Council Adviser. 

Pf:TKRSPRI\(;KR 
A.B., M.A., American (Govern- 
ment, (^alifornian- Mexican 
History, Latin Americ-an 
NeiKhhors, Student Observer 
Program, Faculty Club Presi- 
dent, Social Studies Chairman. 



LAL RANCH WKLCH 
B.S., English, Western Civil- 
ization, L'.S. History, Drivers 
Training, J.\'. Football Coach, 
J,\'. Baseball CGoach. 

FTHHL\A\ TASSFL 
A.B., M.A., US. History, CSF 
Adviser, Latin Club Adviser, 
Chairman of Education Com- 
mittee. 



Explaining about coalition government, when two weaker parties stand 
against one strong party is Mr. Peter Springer, American Government 
instructor and chairman of the Social Studies Department 





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Ag. Department Purchases Equipment 



With a big emphasis on farming in the Brent- 
wood area, students, under the direction of Mr. 
Gary Lewis and the new teacher, Mr. Tom 
Stammer, were actually engaged in raising 
crops and livestock. 



Science students. Later, they were able to pur- 
chase and custom mi.x their own grains, by using 
the Chapter Feed Co-op. The six acres served a 
dual purpose in that they were used for practic- 
ing with tractors and other equipment. 



Besides the school farm, six acres were acquired 
and used for the planting of oats and barley-hay 
by the Senior Ag. Business and Junior Plant 



This summer, ag. students looked forward to 
their participation in the county fairs of Antioch, 
Pleasanton and Stockton. 




Advisor Gary Lewis directs Stan Pereria, Lane Lewis, Steve Foust, Tom 
Smith, and Larry Alves on how the off-set hay rake works. 



GARY LEWIS 
B.S., M.A., Landscaping I, il. 
Plant Science, Agricultural 
Business, F.F.A. Adviser 



TOM STAMMER 
B.S., Math I.e., Animal Sci- 
ence, Agricultural Science, 1, 
General Agriculture, F.F.A. 
Adviser. 





Advisor Gary Lewis, with Stan Pereira, Steve Foust and Bill Freitas, 
check the mechanical parts of the grain "mix-all.' 



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Bill Ramos discovers, while complefiiiK his drafting problem, (hat in- 
dividual help is just one of the man> thinj^s instructor Ken Forlow does 
in his mechanical drawing classes. 





KENNETH FORLOW 
B.A., M.A., Mechanic-al Draw- 
ing, 1, 11, 111, Architectural 
Drawing 1, 11, General Shop 
1 1, Junior Class Adviser 



ARTHUR GONZALES 
A. A., B.A., Art Fundamentals, 
Crafts, Basic English, A.F.S. 
Adviser. 



WILLIAM PETERS 
B.A., Art Fundamentals, De- 
sign and Composition. 



Students Create Functional Art Pieces 



r or the fourth year in a row Liberty art stu- 
dents captured first place and over half the art 
awards at the Contra Costa County Fair. Jea- 
nette Novarina won the blue ribbon with her 
decorative wall hanging. 

Over the Christmas holidays, Mr. Bill Peters 
art students competed for cash awards by decor- 
ating the communities store windows, while Mr. 
Arthur Gonzales s craft students exhibited 
hooked rugs at the Bank of America and the 
Bank of Agriculture and Commerce. 



During spring, the advanced art students did 
the sets for the annual swim show and also the 
school play. Advanced crafts class tried their 
hand at the lost wax technique for jewlery and 
constructed a large mosaic made from natural 
materials. 

Mr. Ken Forlows Mechanical Drawing and 
Architectural Drafting students did drawings, 
plans, and house models. They joined art stu- 
dents in displaying their projects in May at the 
Seventh Annual Applied Arts Show. 



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Liberty's Shops 
Mold Craftsmen 

This year with the aid of a new wood shop 
teacher, Mr. Ken Harris, students learned how 
to convert tall timber into ready-to-use fur- 
niture. 

During the year many students entered shows 
and won awards for their creations. 

Just next door, students learned to pour steam- 
ing molten aluminum into a sand mold creat- 
ing many unusual things. 

Those who enrolled in Auto Shop learned that 
the function of an automobile was more com- 
plicated than they thought. But under the dir- 
rection of Mr. Richard Arch students soon learn- 
ed to turn a knocking engine into a "purring 
kitten". These shop students are tomorrows 
craftsmen. 



Acting as an "IWF," assistant Donald McC^oy aids W(hk1 Shop Teacher, 
Dale Cozby, and answers the questions of Roy Amador. 



RICHARD ARCH 
A.A.D., B.A , Auto 1 & 2, Gen. 
shop 1, Metals I, Auto Club 
Advisor. 



KKN HARRIS 
BA . Wood2. 



DALE COZBY 

B.A., Woodshop 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Head Tennis Coach. 

FRANKLIN SCHMIDT 
A B , Metals I, 2, 3, 4, L.T.A., 
Secretary, Frosh. Football and 
Basketball Coach. 





Everything is in order as .-Kngelo Spinelli checks the oil level in Richard 
Arch's roaring, racing M.C 




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Explaining to Calvin Sil\a and I,a\ern Sconct' thaHlriNer s training is not 
just fun, but demands practice and caution is Mr. Gerald Hard t. 



Dale Jay listens intently while Mr. Hardt explains the use of the Driver's 
evaluator which checks porifual vision. 







Driver's Training 
Both Fun, Work 

Drivers education classes can be applied to 
every day living. Basic knowledge was gained 
through classroom study and discussion while 
practicalapplication was learned in actual be- 
hind-the-wheel driving. 

This year students learned to drive in several 
different situations, from city to levee driving. 
Students learned that the functions of a car are 
not as easy as they thought; checking the oil and 
water and learning to change a tire were just a 
few of the things they had to learn. 

This knowledge and practice acquired will help 
guide them to be safer and more alert drivers. 



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Business Depart. 
Offers Experience 

lyping, shorthand, and clerical office were only 
a few of the courses which were offered to 
prospective secretaries, accountants and sales 
managers in business classes. 

To help them in their future vocation such 
equipment as typewriters, dictaphones, calcula- 
tors, mimeograph machines and many others 
were used in order to acquaint the students with 
actual equipment which they might someday 
use. 

In order for students to better themselves and 
strive for higher goals teachers hand out awards 
for the highest scores in business classes at the 
annual Senior Scholarship Assembly in May. 

Miss Reta Pirtle stands by while Rhonda Salvador and Debbie Reden- 
baugh take dictation from the newly acquired ditaphones 





Working to finish their lab projects within the time allowed are Linda 
Pinkston, Barbara McKinney, Judy Mapes, Belinda Morrison, and Sandy 
Martin. 



SUEFORTNER 
A.B., Bookkeeping I, Record 
Keeping, Typing I, Freshmen 
Class Adviser 



ROY K RUM LAND 
A.B., Clerical Office Practice, 
Typing II, Business Math, Busi- 
ness Club Adviser, Chairman of 
Business Department 

FRANK PAYNE 
B.A., Math I, Typing I, Business 
Fundamentals. 

RETAPIRTLF 
B.S., M.S., Typing I, Shorthand I, 
II, Salesmanship. Business Law, 
Facultv Club Treasurer 





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Making witches brew!* Not really, (k'orj^ie Massoni and Sandy LarRent 
are perfecting their cooking skills-to-learn-how-to-make-a delicious 
meal, during Mrs. (;arpenter s sixth periotl lloiiiemaking I (Mass. 




The sewing machine has not replaced hand sewing, as Marilyn Currier 
and Susan Berumen prove during Mrs. Gayle Krumlands' sixth period 
home economics class. 





MARY 1,L1,K\ C.\RPK\TKR 
BS., Clothing 2, 3, ii 4, Foods 
1 , C^o-cliairman Social (Com- 
mittee. 



JK.\\MK(;i.K\\ 
BS , Honiemakiiig 2, Math 
1 , Junior (Class Advisor. 




CAYLEKRUMLAND 
A.B., Clothing 1, Homemaking 
3, Adv. Clothing, F.H.A. Ad- 
visor. 



Home Ec. Classes 
Study For Future 

C^onstruction of floor plans for future homes, 
courses in child care, and learning skills of 
knitting, prepared girls for the role of home- 
makers. From basic foods, they advanced their 
skill at preparing difficult , main dishes and 
desserts. 



Clothing students, with the help of Mrs. Gayle 
Krumland, Mrs. Jeannie Glenn, and Mrs. Mary 
Ellen Carpenter, perfected sewing skills. Stu- 
dents progressed from simple garments to sty- 
formals. Spring opened the doors to a fashion 
show sponsored by the girls who proudly mt)del 
garments they had sewn during the past year. 



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Girls To Enjoy 
Newest Facility 

JNIew locker room and shower facilities were 
given to the girls' physical education class this 
year. Construction of the facilities were started 
late last year, and continued through the sum- 
mer. The facilities were finished in early Octo- 
ber. 

With the completion of the locker room, girls 
could be seen dressing and arming themselves 
with tennis rackets, hockey sticks, and base- 
ball bats. 

New to the staff this year and adding her abili- 
ties in teaching was Patricia Pierce. 




Due to the uncompleted gymnasium the first half of the year, both boys' 
and girls' P. E. classes enjoyed co-ed swimming, as well as co-ed golf and 
archerv. 



PATDACUS 
A.B., Girls" P.K., U.S. History -3 A 

DOROTHY ANN GROMM 
A. B., Girls" P.F.., Reading Im- 
provement, State Re(|uirements, 
Senior Class .Adviser, G.A.A. Ad- 



PATRICIAPEARCE 
B.S., Girls P.E., G.A.A. Adviser 

CAROL RUSSELL 
A.B., Girls' P.E., Western Civil- 
ization, G.A..A. Adviser, Soph- 
omore Class Adviser. 





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KKITII DAWSON 
AB, MA, Boys PE, Boys' 
Block "L" Adviser. Head Track 
Coach, Head Wrestling Coach. 

JACK KERRILL 
M.A., Boys' P.E., Area Chairman 
for P E. Department, Boys' Block 
"L "Adviser, V'arsits Football 
Coach. 

JERRY MILLER 
B.A., Boys' P.E., .State Recjuire- 
ments. Freshman .Adviser, Head 
Basketball Coach, Assistant Var- 
sity Football Coach. 



Boys' Physical Ed. Prepares For Tests 



Along with the girls' new P.E. facilities the boys 
received a new locker room, shower facilities 
and exercise room. 



ercises prepared them for fifty pushups, pull- 
ups, and sit-ups. They also prepared for the 
four-fortv, and the one mile run. 



As soon as the gym facilities were finished, the 
boys' began to start their struggle to gain 
strength for their annual tests. Regular daily ex- 



Besides exercising the boys' P.E. classes took 
part in basketball, tennis, volleyball, baseball, 
and wrestling. 



Greg Baker, Merle Knight, and Kim Cornelius. participate in a fast mov- 
ing game of basketball during third period Boys P.E. 





Practicing to perfect their skills in basket- 
ball, the boys in 1st period P E. take turns 
practicing jump shots. Demonstrating the 
proper tecnniques is Rick Fortner. 



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Band III Adds Sounds Of Tijuana Brass 



Xractice was the main objective of music stu- 
dents in order to reach their goal. By practicing 
not only at school, but after school they were 
able to compete in such things as Cal Band Day, 
half-time shows at football games, and spring 
and Christmas concerts during the year. In ad- 
dition to the dance band, the sounds of the 
Tijuana Brass were added to Band III. 



Band and singing were not the only courses of- 
fered in music; also contained in the curriculum 
were music appreciation, harmony and theory 
in which students learned background in musi- 
cal history as well as to compose music. Aside 
from concerts and rehearsals the music depart- 
ment sponsored a candy sale and a dance in or- 
der to make money for new concert robes. 



ALLAN JONES 

B.M., MM., Band I, 11, III, Music 
Appreciation, Music I, Band Ad- 
viser, Dance Band Adviser. 

DENNIS SMITH 
B.S., A Cappella Choir, Mixed 
Chorus, State Requirements, 
Western Civilization, Clef Club 
Adviser, Salary Committee Chair- 
man. 





Harmony, staying together, blending and getting the right pitch are 
ke\ factors in singing. Mr. Dennis Smith expresses this with Barber 
Shop quartet members: Alex Crotts, Kiii Cornelius, and Clyde Fairly. 



Marching and keeping time to "Georgie Girl" during the homecom- 
ing parade are Robert E>ennett, LeDon Jenkins and Susan Clark. 




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Flutes, saxaphones, drums, and trumphets all harmonize together to 
create the floating sounds of "Up, Up and Away". 

Part of any healthy lunch is milk so Evelyn Pasc-je hands a carton to 
Judy DeMartini and Cathy Mulroney. 





Improving their singing ability, A'Cappella Choir members Gloria To- 
var, Altha Batesel, Janice Butler, Niki Palangi and Barbara Monroe prac- 
tice during their first period class. 

Cafeteria Staffers 
Help Plan Menus 

11(3 rly to rise, and early to school were the cafe- 
teria staff. Long before the rest of the school 
arrived they were busy preparing breakfast of 
rolls, hot chocolate, and juice. Along with this 
they had the responsibility of planning and cook- 
ing the hot lunches, box lunches, sandwiches, 
desserts, and soup and salad plates. 



Cafeteria Staff-Top Row: Ruby Jones, Mary Berumen, Bertha Jean 
Zeiger, Betty Graves. Bottom Row: Barbara Clark (head) Evelyn Pas- 
coe, Margaret Phillips, Jo Mildred Pierce, and Alma Bowling. 




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PSYCHOLOGIST: June Drake 
NURSE: Barbara Bonnickson 



ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY: Ernell Modrall 
FINANCIAL SECRETARY: Nancy Hisalomi 



ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER: LucvWong 
ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY: Billie Fortner 
ATTENDANCE OFFICE: Mildred Johnson 



COUNSELING SECRETARY: Alta Ackerman 
REGISTRAR RECEPTIONIST: Gladys Irwin 
CAFETERIA MANAGER: Barbara Clark 



COMPTROLLER: Billie Casey 
TEACHERS' AIDE: Rosy Salas 
ESEA SECRETARY: Kay Domingo 



TEACHERS' AIDE: Natalie Dutra 
TEACHERS' AIDE: Ester Sanchez 
ESEA SECRETARY: LauraleenGiusti 




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John Addington spends time on the phone trying to solve 
one of the many problems associated with transporting 
students to school bv busse<i 



Staff Works Hard 
Keeps Busy Pace 

JVIany people work long hard hours to keep 
things running smoothly at Liberty. 

Long before the first student arrives at school, 
buses leave to bring them in; cooks start break- 
fast items; and secretaries start the daily typing. 

This classified staff, including the school psy- 
chologist and nurse, work to keep pace with the 
ever-growing student body and problems of a 
clean campus. 








SUPERVISER OF BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS: 

Bryan R(X)fe 

HE.AD CUSTODIAN: Frank Souza 
MAINTENANCE MAN: Red Hanna 



BUS DRIVER: Pauline Garner 

BUS DRIVER: Lahurl Bassel 

HEAD GARDENER: Manuel Azevedo 



GARDENER: Maximino Sanabria 
CUSTODIAN: Francisco Sandate 
CUSTODIAN: Llovd Giles 



CUSTODIAN: Tonv Rosa 
CUSTODIAN: Sal Navarro 



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f 



w 




Activities 




"Stay free and beauty 
surrounds vou, " 




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Mrs. Carol Russell happily receives tickets in a gaily colored booth from 
Sharon Somerhalter and Lalo Carmona, as they enter the dance. 



Spinning the night away under soft colored lights and fast sounding mu- 
sic are Linda Tuke , Steve Ricoli, Carol Moore, and Stan Jones 



Sophomores Hop Aboard A Carousel 



Using the theme, "Riding On a Carousel, " 
inspired such decorations as multi-colored 
streamers, balloons and picturesque minature 
horses for the Sophomore Hop on February 22, 
in the Student Center. 

The carousel was constantly spinning as the 
Sophomores created an atmosphere of gaiety. 

Tension mounted steadily as all awaited the an- 
nouncement of the Sophomore Hop King and 
Queen. Last year's royalty, Debbie Pippo and 
Merle Knight, were there to crown this year's 
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King and Queen. The announcement finally 
came. . .Barbara Wheeler and Rick Fortner 
had won. Their court included: Cathy Cake- 
bread, Cindy Maggiore, Debbie Graves, Diane 
Wristen, Tony Rosas, John Honneger, John 
Casey and Glen Stonebarger. 

Sounds of a way-out band. Salt- Water Jello, en- 
tertained those who attended the colorful affair. 

Helping the Sophomores with tnis major activity 
were class advisors Mrs. Carol Russell and Mr. 
Harold Child. 



Beneath a canopy of roses, this years 
Sophomore Hop (^ueen and King, 
Barbara Wheeler and Rick Fortner, 
smile after rec-eiving their gifts. 




Sounds of the Salt-Water Jello 
entertain riders of the carou- 



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1968 Homecoming Is Almost Rained Out 



IN either "rain, " snow, sleet, or hail kept the 
Liberty Lions from the annual Homecoming ac- 
tivities this year even though fair weather did 
not prevail. October 28-November 1 was a week 
jammed-packed with Homecoming festivities. 
Pep Club sponsored many contests such as gum 
blowing, tricycle races and balloon blowing 
Seniors received a trophy for most spirit. 
During the Homecoming Rally, there was a 
"Miss Ugly Contest, judged by Lane Lewis in 
which Karin Massoni, Betty Thompson, Michele 
Mallet and Leticia Borrayo competed for the 
"honor?' Betty Thompson, nicknamed Con- 
stant Pleasure, was the winner. Then, the final 
moment arrived when Superintendent Wayne 



Boulding announced the 1968-69. Homecoming 
Queen as his daughter, Jane Boulding. 

Following the announcement of the queen, was 
the parade through Brentwood, headed by the 
Grand Marshall, Mr. Harry Hobbs, a member 
of the Board of Trustees. Winners of the float 
competition, announced during halftime activi- 
ties were Seniors first. Juniors and French Club 
tied for second and Sophomores third place. 
After the game which ended in a 40 to 2 victory 
over the Granada Matadors; the day was com- 
pleted by the aftergame dance where the Mys- 
tics entertained. Among those there were the 
Queen and her court. 




Jane Boulding. Homecoming Queen, and her court, Paulette Billingsley, Caroline Myers, 
Jeannet Giannini, and Linda Pinkson smile proudly after receiving their gifts from the Stu- 
dent Body. Jane received a dozen red roses, an autographed football and a gold football neck- 
lace while each attendant was given a silver football necklace. 





First place in float com- 
petition goes to the 
Senior Class! 



Homage to rosaitN Queen Jane Boulding re- 

ceives from her Knight-in-armor (Chris Knight that 
is): one dozen red roses; and a congratulaforv kiss 
which seals the bond. 



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Second five 

win, Pam R 



Homecoming contestants, Debbie Bess, Stephanie Bald- 
ozenski. Barbara Monroe and Mary Cox, smiling under 



umbrellas, did not stay at home by forewarnings of rain. 




Dennis Henderson, Chris 
Knight and an opposing Mata- 
dor await the decision of the 
referee to see who will kick off 
and who will receive. 



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Paulette Billingsley 



Jeanette Ciannini 





Carolyn Myers 
Linda Pinkston 




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Students Choose Queen On Popularity 



omecoming Queen 




Santa's Workshop 
Receives Vistors 



Dim lights, the smell of evergreens and pep- 
permint candy, and a red clad figure enhanced 
the scenery of the Christmas Capers dance. 

December 13 marked the date of the Christmas 
Capers dance. Co-sponsored by the Future 
Homemakers of America and the Liberty Busi- 
ness Club, the dance featured the sounds of the 
Fortunes. 

Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus, Greg Baker and 
Linda Pinskston, arrived dressed for the occa- 
sion in red suits, fur and bells. Together they 
officated Santa's workshop, where anyone 
could get married on a temporary basis. 



Visiting Mr. and Mrs. 
Santa Claus' at their 
Workshop are Mary 
Jo Armstrong, Stan 
Jones, Bryce Robison 
and Nyla Hannum. 




Yuletide spirit seems to prevail as this year's Mr. and M 
Linda Pinkston and Greg Baker, laugh it up before the 



rs. Santa Claus, 
Christmas tree. 



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Enjoying the slow music. Janice Butler and Dennis 
Reese dance under dim lights among friends. 

Donna Parsons and Patty Pinkston are suddenly start- 
led by the sounds of a familiar song. 



Straw Plays Part 
In Farmers Dance 

Yee haw! In the midst of wagons and hay stacks 
raising spirits prevailed at the Barn Dance. This 
dance typical of the Wild West of long ago, was 
sponsored by the Future Farmers of America 
on Octobers. 

While clutching to bails of hay, many Liberty 
girls were shached by their dates and thrown 
into the hay pile. 

Highlighting the evening was the announce- 
ment of the F.F.A. Sweetheart, chosen by the 
members of the club. This year s Sweetheart, 
Kathy Freitas and her attendants Stephanie 
Baldwin, Paulette BilUngsley, Barbara Mon- 
roe and Carolyn Myers were entertained by the 
music of the Sir Guys. 



Displaying his patience and his tall Mexican sombrero Albert Stallings 
and Debbie Gill wait for the Sir Guys to resume playing. 



Carnival Creates 
Their 'Own Thing' 

T his year, instead of the usual Clash Day ac- 
tivities, "Aardvark Day" took place March 7. 
Students portrayed such characters as cowboys, 
little girls, gardeners, cowgirls, skiers, African 
hunters, and of course some Aardvarks. 



That evening, the annual California Scholarship 
Federation carnival took place in the Boys' Gym. 
Zingy colors and flashy clothes were worn by all 
of the CSF members to add excitement to the 
festivities. Club members worked in such 
booths as: the fish booth, the cake walk, teddy 
bear toss. 

Each hour there were raffles in which visitors of 
the carnival could win prizes. 

This year s Aardvark Day and carnival were only 
a few of the activities in which Liberty students 
showed their school spirit. 




Strawberry flavored sno-cones were quite a favorite treat judging by the 
eagerness of a little girl as Barbara Monroe hands her a sno-cone. 



Stopping to talk and sell 
balloons to Tom Smith and 
his niece are carnival 
clown, Lane Lewis and jun- 
ior clown. Sand V Scarf o. 




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For Kathy Kanagaki and Stephanie Baldwin, bouncing ping-pong balls 
and open mouths were quite a frequent scene at the live goldfish booth. 



Helping at the raffle. Mr. Dewell Morgan club advisor, takes time out to participate in extra-curricu- 
lar activities; by aiding CSF members in their annual carnival. 

Who says buying balloons are for little kids':' Kathv Byrd, 
Lita Graham, Kathy N'iera and Michele Mallet don't seem 
to think so, as the\ purchase one. 




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Nixon Wins Over Humphrey 



1968 




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After the announcement from President Lyn- 
don Johnson that he would not seek another 
term and the assassination of Robert Kennedy 
the presidental election of 1968 became a real 
horse-race. 

Through the early summer months Richard Nix- 
on, Eugene McCarthy, Hubert Humphrey and 
George Wallace tested their strength in pri- 
maries across the country. 

Meeting in Miami, Florida, the Republicans 
chose Nixon as their candidate. Later in Chica- 
go, the Democrats drafted Humphrey. Both 
were selected on first round balloting by the 
delegates. 

Nixon, allied with vice-president hopeful Spiro 
Agnew, opposed both Humphrey, with running 
mate Edmund Muskie, and George Wallace, 
whose choice was Curtis LeMay. 

On November 5, voters cast their ballots as 
Humphrey made a last-minute surge. With a 
close popular vote Nixon polled a victory over 
Humphrey and Wallace to become the 37th 
President of the United States. 

Following his victory Nixon's daughter, Julie, 
was married to David Eisenhower, grandson of 
General Dwight Eisenhower. 

In January, the Nixons and Agnews moved to 
Washington and took up residence for four 
years. Shortly after that President Nixon visited 
NATO allies in Europe hoping to bring about a 
better understanding between member nations. 

Militants Demonstrate 

JL/uring the Democratic convention in Chica- 
go, demonstrations garnered almost as much 
news time as the convention itself. 

When the order by Mayor John Daley went out 
for police to "shoot to kill" any arsonist caught 
in the act, world attention was focused anew on 
Chicago and its problems. 

Repeated offenses by both police and militant 
demonstrators led to increased hostility and 
bloodshed. 



SF State Closes 
As Students Picket 

S tudents' protest against the San Francisco 
State Administration forced the closing of the 
college for a short time and gained national 
attention. 

Demonstrations and picketing interrupted the 
normal operation of the college and forced 
Governor Ronald Reagan to adopt a "get- 
tough " policy. 

Across the Bay, the students at the University 
of California at Berkeley started a wave of van- 
dalism that, at times, was halted only because 
of bad weather. 

All over the world students were fighting and 
picketing colleges and universities. In Tokyo 
they caused an estimated million dollars dam- 
age. While students in Mexico almost forced the 
Summer Olympics to be moved. 

Crew Comes Home 
Turmoil Goes On 

In January 1968 the USS Pueblo, commanded 
by Lloyd Bucher, was seized by the North 
Koreans and forced to surrender. Immediately 
the question was raised about the position of 
the ship at the time it was captured. 

For 11 months, attempts by the government 
failed to secure the release of either the Pueblo 
or its crew. Then in a sudden diplomatic move 
the United States made a false apology for in- 
vading territorial waters and the crew was 
released including the body of the seaman killed 
in the capture. 

But for Bucher the turmoil was not an an end. 
He had barely landed in San Diego and greeted 
his wife, when a Naval Court of Inquiry was 
convened to "look-into" the conduct of Bucher 
and his crew before, during and after the cap- 
ture. 



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Apollo Astronauts 
Set New Records 

1 hree men journeyed farther than man has 
ever gone this last year travehng to the earth's 
lone satellite and back. 

While most Americans spent a quiet Christmas 
at home, Apollo 8 circled the moon and pro- 
vided earth-bound people with a ghmpse of the 
rugged, desolate surface of the moon. 

In a mission that was virtually picture-book 
perfect from start to finish, the Apollo 8 astro- 
nauts saw with their own eyes the view of the 
earth from 245,000 miles away and then relayed 
pictures of it back. 

March 3 marked the beginning of the Apollo 9 
mission and the testing of the lunar module. 

Apollo 10 was scheduled to circle the moon 
and test further the lunar module. But it will be 
the Apollo 11 crew that will make the actual 
landing on the moon some time this summer. 





Assassins' Bullets 
Kill Two In 1968 

X wo men, one black, the other white, both 
leaders in their own right; were felled by bullets 
from assassins' guns in 1968. 

Robert Fitzgerald Kennedy, senator from New 
York and presidental candidate, and Martin 
Luther King Jr., Nobel Peace Prize winner and a 
leader of the negroes in America, were shot 
down during their struggle for what they be- 
lieved. 

King, who was to lead a "poor man's march " to 
Washington, was killed in Memphis; while Ken- 
nedy was gunned down in a Los Angeles hotel 
minutes after winning the California Primary 
in June. 

James Earl Ray, the assassin of King was 
captured in London after a lengthy man-hunt by 
the FBI. After pleading quilty, he was sen- 
tenced to 99 years in jail by a Tennessee jury. 
Kennedy's convicted assassin, Sirhan Sirhan, 
was nabbed at the scene. 



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Weather And Hijacking Plague Country 



A winter that California will long remember 
could best describe the weather of the past year. 
With a record snowfall in the Sierras and huge 
mud slides and heavy rains in the south, Califor- 
nia was besiged by Mother Nature. 

Closer to home, a levee on the San Joaquin River 
collapsed because of high waters and Sherman 
Island became a second Sherman Lake. After 
plugging the levee gap, huge pumps started to 
dry out the 3000 acre island. 

Major roads and super-highwas were inundated 
by water, while highways through the Sierras 
were closed a record number of times by snow 
and high winds. 

While many inland cities were plagued by 
water, the Santa Barbara area faced yet another 
problem, oil. A Union Oil Company well sprang 
a leak and washed over 30 miles of coastline 
with stinky crude oil killing thousands of birds 
and destroying marine life. 

Water, mud, oil, and snow helped to make his- 
tory this year in California. 



Yankee Mickey Mantle Retires 

F rom Bob Seagram in the pole vault to Debbie 
Meyers in swimming, U.S. athletes garnered a 
horde of gold, silver, and bronze medals in Sum- 
mer Olympic Games competition. 

On a more local scene, the New York Jets, 
American Football Champs, stunned the Balti- 
more Colts, National Football Champs, in the 
third annual Super Bowl. 

While in baseball, the Detroit Tigers beat the 
Cincinnati Reds 4 games to 3 winning the 
World Series. Later a threatened boycott by 
players over a pension dispute was resolved 
and spring training started as usual. Missing 
from the scene was Yankee slugger, Mickey 
Mantle, who had announced his retirement. 



Passengers on flights in the Fastern United 
States were unsure if they would arrive at their 
desired destination or Havana, Cuba. Increased 
hijacking of planes on the East Coast and their 
subsequent flight to Cuba became an almost too 
common event for airline pilots. 

Maps and approach data of Havana's Inter- 
national Airport became part of the standard 
equipment for flights in the Fast. 

Both the airlines and government were ap- 
parently helpless in stopping the hijackers. 

As one passenger put it "It's long enough from 
New York to Miami without that infernal stop 
in Havana in between! " 

Negotiations Start 
But War Continues 

While soldiers fought and died on distant fields 
in Vietnam, peace negotiations dragged on in 
Paris, France. 

After President Lyndon Johnson had called a 
halt to the bombing in the North, negotiations 
opened in Paris and some people hoped for an 
end to the w ar. 

But each week, the Department of Defense 
posted the number of Americans, South Viet- 
namese and \ iet Cong killed. Each week an- 
other 100 or so American soldiers were listed 
as casulties of a conflict that few Americans 
really understood. 

And at the conference table in Paris, one far- 
fetched demand after another stalled negoita- 
tions. 

Americans had had to face a year of war in 
1968 and seemed destined to wage yet another 
year of it in 1969. 



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Clubs 




"The world will astound you 
Each time you look for your 
star." 




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Cover Carries Out 
Magazine's Theme 

X his years Crystal Wall, Liberty's literary 
magazine, had its first year of mention in the 
"69 ' Lion. For its third year of publication, the 
magazine, which has a general content of thirty 
pages, sold well with its first edition in January. 

The magazine, that is the only school publica- 
tion completely written, typed, printed, and 
sold by the students, is advised by Mr. 
Richard Hackett and Mr. Oliver Bascom, both 
English teachers. 

The Crystal Wall, which was originally named 
the Crystal Wall or Things to hide from Graying 
Mothers, began with its first publication in 
1967. The covers of the past and of this year 
were not able to hold the length of the maga- 
zines extensive title which was later shortened to 
"The Crystal Wall". 




Applying last mmiitf touches, and proofing for those tiny mistakes in 
their first edition of the Crystal Wall, or Things to Hide from (Graying 
Mothers, are Cherryl Walker, Jean Sit, Robyn Lindsay, Claudia Smith, 
skip Cardiff and Advisor M r. Richard Hackett. 



Crystal Wall Staff: Top Row-Advisor, 
Mr Richard Hackett, Yuen Sit, Cherryl 
Walker, Jane Boulding, Sylvia Braheny, 
Skip Cardiff, Mar\ann Valverde. Bottom 
Row--Claudia Smith, Ida Nishimura, 
Julie Marks, Susan Clark, Susan Marti- 
nez, Joyce Cook, Advisor Mr. Oliver Bas- 
com 




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Student Council Members; Top Row--\ancA Slune, Lane Lewis. Bill 
V'engley, \yla llaniiiim. Bett\ Thompson, Vuen Sit. Second Row-- 
Denise (Chapman, Barbara Monroe, Panlette Billin^sleN, (^aths Ma- 
c^ do, Mannel Andrade Third Row--Jearii'tte \ovurina, \lar\ C.m, 
i.wida Mori, Fam (iraves, (;her\l Van Bureii, Linda Pinkstoii Bot- 
tom Row--Nancy Duke, Laura Borbon, Karin Massoni, Stan Jones, 
Dennis Reese, Mary Jo Armstrong, Jennie Carlisle. 



i\,l %. 9 




Commissioner of Publicity, Nancy Mune, and Commissioner of Rallies 
and Assemblies, Bill Vengley discuss what should be done at future 
rallies and assemblies this vear. 




Student Councilmen 
Modernize By-Laws 

Organization and better control of Student 
Body Funds with the welfare of the student body 
in mind, was the main goal of the student coun- 
cil this past year. 

Plans were drawn up at the beginning of the 
year in an attempt to reorganize the council 
membership so that there would be a more ac- 
curate representation of the Associated Student 
Body. Another job of the council was to devise a 
means by which they could increase the money 
for student body funds without increasing the 
price of student cards. 

A continual job of the council was to keep stu- 
dent government up to date, and to revise any 
by-laws, or part of the student constitution that 
was not applicable to the present time. 



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Four Seniors Earn 
Life Membership 

Students who have demonstrated excellent 
scholastic ability were eligible for membership 
in the California Scholastic Federation. 



A highlight of the year's activities was the 
Honor Dinner, directed by Bryce Robison, 
(the dinner was for the top ten students of each 
class. ). 

The club sponsored the dance after the Albany 
game, with music by the Emotions. On March 
7, the CSF held their Annual Carnival in the 
gym. During the fall semester the club had a 
field trip to San Francisco and viewed a stage 
play, Shakespeare's "Hamlet '. 

Officers this year were: President, Judy Scarfo; 
Vice President, Shelley White; Treasurer, Nyla 
Hannum; Secretaries, Janet Cadabona and Bi- 
linda Morrison. Advisors were Mr. Dewel Mor- 
gan and Miss Ethel Van Tassel. 




Displaying bright colors and costumes, and showing their wildest dream 
are Liberty students Leslie Azevedo, Debbie Bess, Linda Pinkston, and 
Susan Bronzan as they make eyes water and skin crawl on CSF's .Aar- 
vardk Day, March 7; the day when ever\()ne "does their own thing." 



Fall Semester CSF Members: Top Row--Judy Mapes, Allan Silva, Joe 
Murdock, Nyla Hannum, Treas, Kenneth Halsey, Bill Bunn, Jerry 
Rego, John Hasley, Shelley White, Vice president, Yuen Sit, Carol Jen- 
son, Cherryl Walker Second Row--Jody Dell Immagine, Ann Nakao, 
Janice Butler, Louise Chastek, Sylvia Braheny, Kay Linn, Bryce Robi- 



son, Mr Dewel Morgan, Advisor. Third Row-Miss Ethel Van Tassel, 
.\dvisor. Barbara Monroe, Jean Somerhalder, Kathie Kanagaki, Tina 
Buccillato, Susan Clark, Francine Torrez. Bottom Row-Judy Scarto, 
President, Bilinda Morrison, Corresponding Sec, Mary Jo .Armstrong, 
Ida Nishimura, Julie Marks, Janet Cadabona, Recording Sec, Jill Seeno. 




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Spring Semester CSF Members: Top Row-John Halsey. Ken Halsey, 
Kathie Kanagaki, Cameron Wong, James Chan, Jane Boulding. Sec- 
ond Row-Advisor Miss Ethel Van Tassel, Sylvia Braheny, Cherryl Walk- 
er, Julie Marks, Kay Linn, Lane Lewis, Susan Bronzan. Jean Somerhald- 
er, Jod\ Dell Immagine, Debbie Massoni, Stan Jones, Carol Jenson, Car- 
Barbara Monroe, John Halse\, Jud\ Scarfo, and Janice Butler earn 
life membership in California Scholarship Federation b\ meeting 
membership requirements for four semesters during Sophomore, 
Junior, and Senior \ears, (iiic nt which must he in llicir schmii xcar 



olyn Myers, Byrce Robison, Stephanie Baldwin, Marie Gomes, Advisor. 
Mr. Deuel Morgan Bottom Row--.\nn Nakao, Janic-e Butler, Mary Jo 
Armstrong, Louise Chastek, Shelley White. Jud\ Scarfo, Barbara Mon- 
roe, Susan Clark, Ida Nishimura, Neta Monroe, Carol Hopkins. 




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Latin Club Travels 
For Annual Confab 

l-<atin Club started off their year with some 
changes; becoming more "informal" and open 
to all students who had an interest in the an- 
cient cultures of Greece and Rome. 

Meetings were used for the study and discussion 
of the Greek and Roman periods and their con- 
tributions to our society. This same subject ma- 
terial was used for the joint meeting with Stock- 
ton clubs. 

Highlighting the year was the trip to Fresno 
where club members attended the annual Junior 
Classical League Convention, March 21-22. 

Because of the informality of the club this year, 
no officers were elected to head it. Miss Ethel 
Van Tassel acted as the club's advisor. 




Clyde Fairley, Cynthia Young and Linda Vaissade work to put the finish- 
ing touches on this year's French Club float. The float tied for second 
place with the Junior Class in the parade competition during Home- 
coming activities on November f . 




Latin Club Members-Top Row: Rick Fortner, Jerry Ellis, Ken Halsey, 
Dennis Corgiat, Clyde Fairly, Lane Lewis, Nyla Nannum, Bryce Robi- 
son, Carol Jensen, Mary Jo Armstrong. Second Row: Gary Cunha, Char- 
les Powers, Marta Stulce, Cherryl Walker. Barbara McJCinney, Donna 



Phillips, Ardith Dawson, Judy Scarfo, Bernett Alves. Bottom Row: Ad- 
visor Miss Ethel Van Tassel, Larry Smith, John Stornetta, Tena Austin, 
Jeanette Novarina, Lita Graham. 



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French Club Sees 
'The Two Of Us' 

1 o promote the feeling of French culture and 
to help international understanding, were the 
goals of this year's French Club, " commented 
president Clyde Fairley. 

In keeping with their goals, the club tied for sec- 
ond place with the Junior Class in the Home- 
coming Parade competition, sponsored a booth 
at American Field Service's International 
Christmas and saw a showing of the French 
film, "The Two of Us" at Berkeley during the 
months of November and December. 

Club members finished the year by jointly host- 
ing a Madri Gras Dance April 18 with the Span- 
ish Club members in honor of the Brazilian 
language which is spoken by both France and 
Spain. 




French Club Members-Top Row: Darlene McDowell, Marilyn Scrog- 
gins, Debbie Morrison, Ardith Dawson, Clyde Fairle\ (pres. ) Larry 
Alves, Dennis Corgiat (sec), Aaron Kaplan, Jane Boulding, Shelley 
White, Leo Booth,. Second Row: Nancy Frey, Lisa Kaplan, Jeannette 
Giannini, Carolyn Myers, Sharlee Beasley (vice. pres. ), Leticia Borrayo, 



Nancy Mune (treas.), Lindsey Moffett, Oscar Rios. Bottom Row: Advisor 
Mrs. Guenevire Flett. Denisc Chapman (rep.), \iki Palangi. Susan 
Eichar, Tony Ghiozzi, Stephanie Baldwin, Cynthia Young, Pam Graves, 
Cindy Maggorie. 



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Spanish Club Hosts Mardi Gras Dance 



xlighlighting a year of busy activities for the 
Spanish Club was their co- sponsorship of a 
Mardi Gras dance on April 18 with the French 
Club. The dance, carrying out an age-old tra- 
dition, was held in the Activity Center. 

During December the club sponsored a booth at 
the American Field Service's International Christ- 
mas, and helped to make the annual pinata. 



Under the direction of club president Cathy 
Machado, the club saved their pennies for the 
annual field trip. The field trip was just part of 



their attempt to better understand the customs, 
language and dress of the Spanish-speaking 
people. 

Meeting before school started in the morning. 
Mr. James Alves advised the officers and helped 
them to plan their year-end swimming party for 
all club members and their guests. 

With a high percentage of Spanish- speaking 
students at Liberty the club proved to be a good 
place to express ideas and show others that 
individual characteristics differ from group to 
group but that all can be friends. 




Spanish Club Members-Top Row: Frank Olveda, Romero Sancen, Man- 
uel Villa, Greg Heywood, Jack Arata, Dennis Henderson, Dennis Cor- 
giat, Susan Bronzan, Nello (ihilarducci, Ross Davis. Mark Dwelley, Jim 
Honegger, Cameron Wong, Jack Upton, Bill Bunn, Jerry Rego, Jeff 
Buckingham, Ken DeMartini, Calvin Silva. Second Row: Melanie Ger- 
kin, Cyndi Pedersen, Debbie Graham, Jackie Barkeley, Judy DeMar- 
tini, Marilyn Currier, Diane Stewart, Marie Gomes, Lynda Mori, Susan 
Clark (tres. ), Kristine Jewett, Jean Somerhalder, Cecilia Tarango, Bern- 
net Alves, Vivia Smith, Donna Phillips, Linda Cadabona, Diane Wristen. 
Third Row: Rachelle Rico, Sam Nishimura, Debbie Davenport, Sylvia 
Braheny, Ann Nakao (sec), Julie Marks, Carol Hopkins, Kathy Kanaga- 



ki, Anna Jacobs, Karen Casey, Kay Linn, Colleen Dejesus, Darlene Mc- 
Dowell, Janet Cadabona, Doreen Abreu, Cathy Rivers, Leticia Borrayo, 
Debbie Walker. Fourth Row: Olga Jiminez, Elodia DeLuna, Mary Hey- 
wood, Dina Lorenzetti, Sharon Seko, Julie Morgan, Ida Nishimura, Lita 
Graham, Debbie Massoni, Jody Dell'lmmagine, Cathy Machado (pres. ), 
Georgie Massoni, Manuel Andrade (vice-pres. ), Dana Lopez, Mary 
Rego, Laura Costa, Jim Lewis, Advisor Mr. James Alves Bottom Row: 
Roger Austin, Darrel Hoyle, Glen Stonebarger, Manuel Ybarra, Pat De- 
Vall, Karen Massoni, Pam Thornton, Linda Ghilarducci, Martha Town- 
send, Jenny Cueva, Regina Castro, Linda Serna, Mary Ann Valverde, 
Marilyn Scroggins, Yuen Sit. 



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Manuel Andrade sells Ray Cruz a ticket to the Mardi Gras dance co- 
sponsored by the Spanish Club and French Club. 



This dance helped the two clubs raise money for other events sponsored 
during the school year. 




Spanish Club Officers Ray Cruz, Manuel Andrade, Cathy Machado, 
Susan Clark and Ann Nakao sit at a table in the cafeteria planning the 
business and activities of their large club. 



Part of their many activities include an annual field trip, to learn about 
Spanish culture; a Madri Gras dance, co-sponsored with the French 
Club; and a picnic at the year' send. 



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Yearbook Society 
Has New Advisor 

Cjuiding the Yearbook Society through its year- 
ly activities were president Rhonda Salvador, 
secretary-treasurer Judy Scarfo, and advisor Mr. 
Bill Batze, new to the club this year. 

Since it was large enough to host its after game 
dance without help, for the first time Yearbook 
Society consisted only of Annual Staff members. 

One event sponsored by the organization was a 
basketball dance following the Granada game 
on January 31, featuring Mr. 5x5. Later in the 
year, after the completion of the annual, the 
Yearbook Society hosted a party to which mem- 
bers could invite friends and enjoy free food, 
swimming and dancing. 

Combining their individual talents, Carol Moore and Leticia Bor- 
rayo work to complete the layout for Homecoming. 




Co-operation is one of the key factors as Bob Dyer and Cynthia Pederson 
find out working on Annual Staff. 




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Yearbook Society-On Ladder: Advisor Mr. William Batze, Shelley White. 
Second Row: Cynthia Pederson, Leticia Borrayo. Jeanette Novarina, Melanie 
Gerkin. Carol Moore. Vickie Mapes, Olga Jimenez. Bottom Row: Fred Storn- 
etta, Rhonda Salvador, president; Ken Clark, Sheila Berry, Bob Dyer, Fran- 
cine Torrez. Not Pictured: Judy Scarfo, secretary- treasurer; Bill Vengley, 
Bernnet Alves. 



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First semester's sports editors, Chet Wright and Barry DeMartini, dum- 
my their page for the February issue of the Liberty Bell. 

Liberty Bell Staff-Top Row: Jim Sellers, Olga Jimenez. Roger Austin, 
Keith Korsgaard, Merr\ Nail, Advisor Mr. William Batze, Pat Hughes, 
Penny K. Williams, Melanie Gerkin, Martha Townsend, Steve Wallace. 
Second Row: Debbie Pippo, Denise Castello, Rene Sorenson, Mary 
McBride, Yolanda Lopez, Darlene McDowell, Cherry! Walker, Tena 



Liberty Bell Staff 
Attend Conference 

Prcxlucing the monthly school paper, the Liber- 
ty Bell, and improving students views towards 
Liberty were the primary objectives of the 
journaHsm class. 

Taught by Mr. William Batze, the class attended 
the annual journalism-publications conference 
at Cal State where they heard speakers discuss 
many aspects of journalism. 

Antioch Ledger was another place the journal- 
ism class visited. They learned about off-set 
printing and toured the plant. 

Each year the Antioch Ledger in cooperation 
with the American Newspaper Guild presents a 
"Most Valuable Staffer Award to the journal- 
ism student who contributed the most to class. 

This year for the first time, a three-week course 
in photography was taught. 



Austin, Michael Kelley, Linda Pinkston, Mary Cox, Pam Rozenski. Bot- 
tom Row: Allan Silva, Ken Clark. Harold Wheeler, Chet Wright, Nello 
Ghilarducci, Barry DeMartini, Larry Lorenzetti, Dennis Henderson, 
Charles .\guirre. 




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Playmakers Do 
'David And Lisa' 

Playmakers spent many long hours rehearsing 
and perfecting the performance which they 
presented as their annual play in May. They 
chose to portray the well known movie, "David 
and Lisa". 

In addition to their main attraction the club pre- 
sented several short plays at the following com- 
munity activities; Byron Mothers Club Meet- 
ing, selections from 'Spoon River Anthology 
which were put on for Liberty's English classes 
and a short nonsensical feature for the parents 
at Back-to-School night. 

With the guidance of advisor Mr. Robert Rus- 
sell and club officers, Cathy Machado, Presi- 
dent; Karin Massoni, Vice President; Mary Jo 
Armstrong, secretary; Clyde Fairley, treasurer; 
Bill Vengley, representative; and Gary Trembly, 
sergeant-at-arms, the club held the concession 
sales and after game dance on January 17. 



Playmakers Members— Top Row: Jim Sellers, Kim Cornelius, Clyde 
Fairies, treas., Bryce Robinson, Bill Latimer, Tom Smith, Lane 
Lewis, Gary Trembley, sargeant at arms, Ross Davis, Dennis Corgiat, 
Shelley White, Lita Graham; Michele Mallet. Second Row: Sal 
Quintanilla, Jackie Barkley, Jerry Hustedt, Penny Turner, Denise 
Chapman, Lisa Kaplan, Mary Cox, Karin Massoni, vice pres., Cathy 




Playmaker members enjoy presenting short skits from Spoon River 
Anthology to A English classes. 

Machado, pres., Bernnet .Alves, Carol .Armstrong. Third Row: Don 
Rice, Georgi Massoni, Linda Cadabona, Mar> Jo .Armstrong, sec. 
Naomi Thompson, Betty Thompson, Roger .Austin. Pam Thornton. 
Carol Jenson, Advisor Mr. Robert Russell. Bottom Row: Gloria 
Ramirez, Martha Killitigsworth, C^herryl Walker, Rita McBride, \an- 
cv Mune, Steve Caldwell, Lelicia Borravo, Rhonda Salvador. 




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CheckinR the timing on Mr. Lenny Byer's automobile is Steve Jewett and 
An)»ie Spinelli. The car is shown in various. Auto Shows. 




Hi-Risers Travel To Local Auto Shows 



(jF iris working on cars? No, not quite but U arning 
the fundamentals about automobiles were c ne of 
the many topics learned by the LUHS students 
that belonged to the Hi-Risers Club. 

Hi-Riser Members Top Row: Eric Millfr. Da\ id Collins. Larrv .Al\es, 
Mel Treat, Ron Trotter, treas., Tom Boltzen, Steve Jewett. Second 
Row: Advisor Mr. Gerald Hardt, David Lvde, Gary Franklin, sec, 



Advisors, Mr. Gerald Hardt and Mr. Richard 
Arch helped the members with a car safet\ 
check and auto ralK . 



Bill Kissanger. pres.. Greg Hevwood, .Advisor Mr. Richard .Arch. 
Bottom Row; Mark Sutliff, Jerrv Taylor, Ken Shrieves. 




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F.H.A. Club Members-Top Row: Sherry Jones, Debbie Sutliff, Carolyn 
Myers. NancN Duke, Marta Stulee, Barbara Lemon, Karen V'oss, Bar- 
bara Miguel, Barbara Wheeler, Lynda Mori, Linda Ghilarducci, Diane 
Wristen (treas. l Debbie Walker. Second Row: Carol Armstrong (pres. ) 
Sharon Bella, Stephanie Baldwin, Linaa Hinkston, Moyne DeShazer, 
Debbie Davenport, Regina Castro, Judy Henderson, Denise Castello, 

Homemakers Help 
Children In Need 

Learning how to budget money was one of the 
many subjects discussed by the Liberty Union 
High Future Homemakers of America Club. 

Members of the club, advised by Mr. Gayle 
Krumland, sponsored an after-game dance 
along with the Business Club, organized and 
served a complete dinner, helped with a toy 
project and went ice skating with the Business 
Club. 

To understand the responsibilities that go along 
with a home, to learn to develop good family 
ties, and to impress upon members the impor- 
tance of good behavior were the main goals of 
the FHA. 



Homemakers also sponsored a 
needy children. 



toy drive for 



Sharon Seko, Nanc\ Tovar, Mar> Heywood. Third Row: Advisor Mrs. 
Gayle Krumland, Kathv Cakebread, Jeannettt- Gianinni, MariKn Doug- 
las, Kathy Viera. Belinda Morrison, Gloria Ramirez (sec.), Laura Borbon 
(vice pres.), Pam Morse. Bottom Row: Martha Tovvnsend, Janis Sher- 
man, Francine Torrez, Angela Pacheco, Marie Gomes, Leticia Borrayo, 
Dina Lorenzetti. 




Patsy Lago and fellow students participate in homemaking class by 
actual preparfion of foods. 



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President Beffy Thompson goes over the business at hand with the 
candy stripers and new members. 

Betty Thompson reads to club members a letter sent to them by a sold- 
ier who was stationed in Vietnam. 




Candy Striper Program Aids Career 



Ihrough field trips to Kaiser Foundation Hos- 
pital in Oakland and to Delta Memorial in An- 
tioch, the Future Nurses Club learned more 
about the field of medicine. Field trips, lectures, 

and the experience of candy striping at Delta 



Memorial aided the FNC members. 
Officers this past year were Betty Thompson, 
President; Linda Serna, Vice President; Linda 
Boseck, Secretary; Marta Stultce, Treasurer. 
The advisor was Miss Barbara Bonnickson. 




Nurses Club Members — Top Row: Betty Thompson, Nancy Tovar, Pam 
Morse, Barbara Lemon, Thea Middieton, Marta Stulce, Debra Harris, 
Rhonda Hillman, Darlene McDowell, Lisa Kaplan, Cecila Tarango, 
Linda Ghilarducci, Debbie Morrison. Second Row: Fats) Lago. Advisor 
Miss Barbara Bonnickson, Lynda Mori, Irene Garcia, Lod> Borrayo, 
Kathy Barton, Sharon Seko, Karen Voss, Carol Armstrong, Diana Wris- 



ten, Debbie Walker, Bonnie Hanner, Mary Burroughs Third Row: 
Linda Boseck, Mary Jo Robbinson, LvTiette McLendon, Brenda Row- 
land, Linda Serna, Regina Castro, Irene Garcia, Bilinda Morrison, Judy 
Henderson, Leslie Cass. Bottom Row: Judy DeMartini, Karen Casey, 
Karey Everson, Marilyn Clement, Juanita Puente, Yolanda Bustos, 
Maria Puente, Kathy Morgan, Cindy Maggiore. 





A.F.S. features this year's exchange student Cherry! Walker, riding on 
the back of the float with her American sister, Lori Nail. The theme of 



the float represents her home town Cape Town, South Africa. Under the 
theme, is club member Karin Massoni 



Club Earns Money By Calendar Sales 



15 ringing students from various parts ot the 
world was the goal of members of the American 
Field Service. 

Cherryl Walker took part in the many activi- 
ties connected with Liberty High this year. 
Cherryl, a South African, came over to learn 
and experience some of the excitements of 
the American youth. 



AFS sponsored the third International Christ- 
mas where exchange students from local schools 
were invited. This gave students the opportu- 
nity to exchange cultural ideas of Christmas. 
Another activity was selling calenders. Members 
sold calenders which listed activities and birth- 
days of customers. Profits went to the adult 
chapter for the next exchange student. 



A.F.S. Members — Top Row: Merry Nail (vice-pres. ), Lori Nail, Annette 
Dawson, Sal Quintanilla, Clyde Fairley, Ken Clark, Dennis Corgiat, 
Brenda McC^lclland, Jane Boulding, Sylvia Brahen\, Julie Marks, Gilbert 
Suniga, Rick Ayers, Kay Linn, Anna Jacobs. Second Row: Pat DeVall, 
Kathy Kanagaki, Bernnet Alves, Linda Byer, Ardith Dawson, Maria 
Smalik, Colleen Dejesus, Carol Hopkins, Pam Thornton, Linda Cada- 
bona, Sachi Yonemura, Kristine Jewett, Jackie Richardson, Yuen Sit 



(pres. ). Third Row: Denise Chapman, Betty Weeks, Janet Cadabona, 
Brenda Simpson (sec), Jean Sit, Ida Nishamura (treas. ), Debbie Daven- 
port, Jody DellTmagine, Ann Nakao, Debbie Hampton, Diane Wristen, 
Donna Phillips, Advisor Mrs. Evelyn Griffith. Bottom Row: Mary Hey- 
wood, Gerri Richardson, Jean Somerhalder, Sam Nishamura, Debbie 
Massoni, Jackie Lee, Janice Warren, Regina Castro, Cherr\l Walker, 
Linda Ghilarducci, Debbie Walker, Cindy Maggiore. 




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Business Club Members — Top Row: I.ita (iraliam, Pat Robinson, Katln 
Viera, Barbara Miguel, IJncIa (ihilarducci, Pam Thornton (treas. ), 
Angela Pacheco, Second Row: Donna Kaisner, Mary Cox (vice-pres. ), 



Castello, Sharon Seko (sec), Diane Wristen, Debbie Walker Bottom 
Row: Advisor Mr Roy Krumland, Regina Castro, Laura Borbon (pres.), 
Marilyn Douglas, Cindy Maggiore, Mary Haywood. 




Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus, Greg Baker and Linda Pinkston, pause to 
dance to the music provided by the Fortunes 




Capers Is Hosted 
By Business Club 

As Business Club rounded out it's third year, 
president, Laura Borbon; vice president, Mary 
Cox, and secretary, Sharon Seko tried to«make 
it as good as the previous two. 

They presented information on how to be pre- 
pared for a job, how to indulge in a success- 
ful interview, and how to work with the employ- 
er and fellow employees. 

With the Future Homemakers of America, 
Business Club sponsored the Christmas Capers 
Dance, December 13. Greg Baker played the 
part of Santa Claus and Linda Pinkston was 
Mrs. Claus. 

Business Club members spent time traveling 
to cities in the bay area to see how businesses 
^^^^^ are actually managed. 



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F.F.A. Members — Top Row: Mike MiKuol, I.arrv Lope/, Tom Aiinand, 
Ron Hillmaii, Fred Stornetta, Brian Cottmaii. Allan Martin, l^arrv Alves, 
Rocky Patterson, Ross Kendall, John Avers, Anthony Massoni, Val Nieto. 
Second Row: Duke Byrd, Ron Torres, Gary Foust, Rodney Stulce, Jerry 
Rego, Ken Ditmars, Dale Smith, Lewis Diffev, Brucx' Hawkins, Richard 
Lewis, (k-orge Roehm, Bob Hansen, Lloyd Frost, C^harles Weeks. Third 
Row: Larry Barron, Lonnie Murray, Selso Fernandez, Frank Miguel, 

Farmers' Chapter 
Plays Donkey Ball 

Brentwood chapter of Future Farmers of 
America started off the '68-69 year with their 
annual summer meeting in July where they 
planned activities for the year. 

Fairs played an important role during August 
as the FFA entered exhibits in the Alameda, 
Contra Costa, and San Joaquin County Fairs. 

In September the local chapter sponsored a 
competitive tractor driving contest held on 
the Liberty campus for the first time. 

Following the tractor event was their annual 
Barn Dance which provided couples attending 
with fun and relaxation and was held Oct. 5. 

And late in the year, the FFA hosted their 
donkey basket ball game. Funds earned from 
charter sponsored activities helped send mem- 
bers to the Cow Palace, Davis Field Day and the 
State Judging at Cal Poly. 

while competing in the tirst FFA sponsored tractor driving contest at 
Libert), Mike Miguel displays his ability in maneuvering a hay-rake 
combination through one ot the many courses designed to test his skill. 



Ray Cruz, Mike Martinez, Larry Randle, Tom Stanton. F^ourth Row: 
Mike Frederick, Bob Pricf, Roy Vonemura, (iary Frost, Terr\ (iregor). 
Gary Trembley, Mike Singh, Cliff Nunnally, Tom Boltzon, Jim Hon- 
egger, Bruce (Mayburn, Steve Grasier Bottom Row: Advisor Mr. Gary 
Lewis, Tom Smith, Ward Burroughs, Alviti Kendall, Steve Foust, Kathy 
Freitas (FFA. Sweetheart), Bill Freitas, John Casey, Glen Stonebarger, 
Mark Dweilev, Advisor Mr. Tom Stammer. 



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FFA Sweetheart 
lyn Myers, and 



Katin f>ei 
Paillette Bi 



tas and ruiiners-up Barbara Monnii', Caro- 
ngsley help advertise the Barn Dance. 




Students dressed in western garments \isil with their Iriends while 
waiting for the doors to the g\mnasiuni to be opened. Onee inside, the\ 
experienced a farm-like atmosphere at the annual Barn Dancf. sponsor- 
ed b\ the Brentwood Chapter of Future Farmers 




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Keith Korsgaard practices on his 
saxophone which he plays in Band 
III. Keith has been a member of 
the band for four years and was 
drum major at one time. 




During one of the half-time shows on Ohmstede Field, Drum Major 
Russell Friday stands to the side of the LUHS Marching Band and 
watches as they pass him in one of their many formations. 

Band Booster Club 
Helps Raise Flags 

1 o help raise money for the support of Band 
III the Band Boosters Club worked long hours 
in various activities. 



Holding paper drives every two months kept 
club members busy collecting, tieing and selling 
old papers. Parents and teachers, as well as 
students participated in the drives. 

For eight common national holidays of the 
year club members made arrangements with 
merchants in Byron and Brentwood to help 
them display the flag. The merchants contri- 
buted by buying flags and paying for the assis- 
tance. 

From these two activities the club was able to 
raise over $1,000 to help finance new uniforms 
and trips to Band Days. 

This year the band traveled to Escalon to give a 
concert. Later in the year the band gave con- 
certs at the local elementary schools. 




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Leading the band in the 1968 annual Homecoming Parade is band direc- 
tor Allan Jones. To his left are Stan Jones and Ken Clark, trombones, 
with Steve Knight on the French horn. Each year the Liberty band is a 



vital part of the parade and half-time show. As in the past, the band 
presented a light show on Ohmstede Field between halves of the Gran- 
ada football game in addition to marching in the pregame parade. 



Practicing to improve their skills in marching procession, playing tech- 
niques and overall appearance before the 1968 Homecoming Parade is 



the Liberty Union High School Marching Band led b> drum major Rus- 
sell Friday, and under the directi(m of Mr. Allan Jones. 




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Clef Club Members-Top Row: Anita Hagerty, tathy Kivers, Annette 
Dawson, Merry Lynn Nail, Charles Weeks, John Kersey, Mark Caves, 
Alex Crotts, Stan Jones, Clyde Fairley, Oliver Washburn, Darrell Hoyle, 
Kim Cornelius, Jim Sellers. Second Row: Karen Whitener, Dennis 
Reese. Janice Butler, Gloria Tovar. Karen Davis, Patricia Davis, Claud- 
ia Smith, Penny Williams, Linda Vaissade, Louise Chastek, Pam Stiel- 



ton. Third Row: Debbie Hampton, Sandy Largent, Deborah Phillips, 
Altha Batesel, Barbara Monroe, Niki Palangi, Jane Boulding Bottom 
Row: Barbara Lemon. Cathy Combs. Barbara Mix, Brenda Garner. 
Carol Moore, Linda Hampton, Don Rice, Saliie Collins, advisor Mr. 
Dennis Smith. 



A Cappella Members-Top Row: Merry Lynn Nail, Anita Hagerty, Pam 
Shelton, Mark Caves, Kim Cornelius, Jim Sellers, Stan Jones, Clyde 
Fairley, Alex Crotts, John Kersey, Charles Weeks, Oliver Washburn, 
Louise Chastek, Annette Dawson. Second Row: Gloria Tovar, ^inda 
Hampton, Claudia Smith, Jane Boulding, Janice Butler, Dennis Reese. 



Darrel Hoyle. Don Rice, Linda Vaissade, Penny K. Williams, Niki Pal- 
angi, Kathv Rivers, Karen Whitner, Brenda Garner . Bottom Row: Karen 
Davis. Debbie Hampton, Sallv Collins. Carol Moore, Barbara Mix, Bar- 
bara Lemon. Sandy Largent, Cathy Coombs, Barbara Monroe, Altha 
Batesel, Deborah Phillips, Pat Davis. 




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Barber shop Quartet Members: Dennis Reese, Kim Cornelius, Jim Sellers, Alex Crofts, Stan Jones. 

Clef Club Vocalizes In Local Schools 



rovvl Ball might sound like a baseball term, 
but it was just the catchy title of the November 
22 dance sponsored by the Clef Club. 

In an attempt to raise money for choir robes the 
Clef Club went to great lengths sponsoring a 
candy sale in the fall months and numerous 



basketball concessions at home games. 

But the club members didn't spend all their 
time in monetary pursuits as they traveled to 
University of Pacific to hear their choir. As a 
community service they carolled at the local 
elementarv schools in December. 




Madrigal Members — Top Row: 

Jim Sellers, Kim Cornelius. .\lex 
Crotts, Mark Caves, Stan Jones, 
Dennis Reese, Bottom Row: 
Louise Chastek, Carol Moore, 
Pam Shelton, Janice Butler, Jane 
Boulding, Linda Hampton, Bren- 
da Garner 



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Boys' Block "L" Members — Top Row: Don Schneider, John Ratkovcc, 
Ron Myers, Charles Aguirre, Aaron Kaplan, Mike Singh, Joe Ramirez, 
LeDon Jenkins, Robert Ohavez, Steve Parsons, Oaig Stewart, Pete 
Barrera, Dennis Corgiat, Ward Burroughs, Bill Condon, Gary (Colbert, 
l.arry Knos, Rand\ Lowrie. Second Row: Kmmett Faletti, Joe\ Perez, 
F'rank Rosas, Ra\ Cruz, Hank Ramirez, Sal Quintaiiilia, Mick Barrios 
Dave Clark, l.arry Ramos, Gar> Billingsley, Barry DeVlartini, Steve 
Lucchesi, Gar\ Trembley Third Row: Mike Ramirez, Martin Silva, 



Tom Stallings, Ken Clark, Joe Tovar, Stuart Pratt, Mike Kelley, Ron 
Cervantes, Manuel Ramirez, John Perez, Bill V'engley. Fourth Row: 
George Zamora, Delmar Greenleaf, Steve Koust, Merle Knight, Mark 
Anderson, Terry Gregory, John Beal, John C^asey, Kd Prewett, \ ictor 
DeLuna, Sam Nishimura, Roy Rios Bottom Row: Mike (iaddis, Deiniis 
Reese, Duane Sheppard, (;het Wright, Chris Knight, Deiwiis Henderson, 
Harold Wheeler, Nello Ghilarducci, Greg Baker, Ross Davis, Sean 
Ferrill. 



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Dennis Henderson, Boys Block " L president, points out to Nelio Ghil- 
arducci, vice-president, that Rod Hughes, a 1968 graduate of Liberty, 
won the Decathlon Award three years in-a-row. This award is presented 
annually by the Block "L " to the individual who scores the most points 
in the Decathlon events held after track season. 



Boys' Block 'L' 
Eyes Constitution 

(cheers of victory and sadness of defeat were 
the emotions felt by members of Boys Block 
L' during many of the meets and games this 
year. 

It took many long hours of constant practice 
and buckets of sweat for a Liberty boy who 
was involved in varsity sports. Every boy who 
competed in sports had a chance to be a part of 
Boys Block L'. 

This year, Block L' revised their constitution 
and selected appropriate strips for the mana- 
ger. President, Dennis Henderson; Vice Presi- 
dent, Nello Ghilarducci; Secretary, Chris 
Knight, and Sargent-at-Arms, Harold Wheeler, 
made Block L promising and rewarding. 



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Displuying various (i.A A awards, pins, and medals tor sports activi 
tics, st'iiior N\la llaniium wears her school sweater. 




Girls' Block X' 
Sponsors Picnic 

Accumulated credits of Girls' Athletic Associa- 
tion grew into Liberty's Girls' Block "L". When 
they have earned the "L" they become a mem- 
ber of the Girls' Block " L ". 

In order to earn a letter they had to attend 
and participate in most of the GAA activities on 
Tuesday and Thursday. It was also necessary 
to attend various playdays held at Liberty or 
at competing schools. Service credits must also 
be earned. This was done by preparing refresh- 
ments for GAA activities and other Liberty Or- 
ganizations. 

This year the group was led by Nancy Duke, 
president; Cheryl Van Buren, vice-president; 
Pam CoHins, secretary; and Denise Castello, 
treasurer. These girls helped the club sponsor a 
bake sale held at local supermarkets. Proceeds 
were used for their annual spring picnic for all 
Block "L" members. 



Girls' Block "L" Members — Top Row; Janis Sherman, Jane Boulding, 
Marta Stulce, Carol Jensen, Thea Middleton, Toni Castro, Lita Graham, 
Nyla Hannum, Carol Armstrong, Pam Rozenski, Barbara Monroe, Karin 
Massoni, Mary Cox, Carolyn Myers, Rhonda Salvador, Linda Vaissade. 
Second Row: Janice Butler, Kathy Byrd, Pat DeVall, Martha Towsend, 
Judy Scarfo, Bernnet Alves, Sharon Auld, Patty Pinkston, Linda Serna, 



Linda Garner, Brenda Garner, Bilinda Morrison. Third Row: Debbie 
Pippo, Kathy Freitas, Linda Cadabona,Mary Jo Armstrong, Cath\ Mach- 
ado, Nanci Mune, Jean Somerhalder, Gloria Duran, Jud> Mapes Bottom 
Row: Laura Borbon, Shelle\ White, Jeannette Giannini, Cheryl Van 
Buren (vice-pres. ), Denise Castello (treas. ). Pam Collins (sec), Nancy 
Duke (pres. ), Linda Pinkston, Susan Bronzan, Penny Turner. 




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Annual Swim Show 
Highlights Season 

Sports days, turnabouts, swim shows and bowl- 
ing were a few of the many activities that kept 
the girls belonging to GAA busy. To advise the 
girls in their various activities were Miss Pat 
Pearce, Miss Virginia Diehl, Mrs. Carol Russell 
and Mrs. Dorthey Ann Gromm. 
Working hard in preparing for the May Swim 
Show the girls presented to the public, a water 
ballet. They worked together to compose an 
original routine. 

Sports days were a regular activity for GAA 
members. The girls were able to gather all their 
skills in playing against different schools. While 
enjoying refreshments, provided by GAA mem- 
bers, the girls got acquainted with each other. 
The most exciting event of the year was of 
course the GAA Turn-a-bout held March 21. 
GAA members planned and decorated for the 
dance in tune to their theme. 

G..\.A. Members — Top Row: Debb> Redenbaujjh, Marta Stulce, Ann- 
ette Dawson. Marsha Treat, (^arol Moore, Cher\l \'an Buren, Linda 
(;hillarducci, Carol Armstrong, \>la Hanniim, Debb\ Sutlitf, Michele 
Mallet, Lita Ciraham, Shelle\ White, Brenda Simpson. Carol Jensen, 
Penny Turner, Jane Boulding, Sharon .Auid, Patt\ Pinkston Second 
Row: Pat DeXali, Sue Kichar, Mary Jo Armstrong, Linda Hampton, 
Bett> Thompson, Sharlee Beaslev. (;ynthia Young, Linda \ aissade, 
Kath> flolden, Beck> Polino, Jaekie Riehardson, Penny Williams, Ctier>l 




Spending an afternoon after school, G..^..^. members participate in a vig- 
orous game of basketball. 

Walker Third Row: Linda Cadabona, Nane\ Duke, Jackie Barkele\, 
Debby (iraham, Jud> DeMartini, Karen Phillips, Brenda McC;lellaiKi. 
Gloria Ramirez, Laura Barboii, Judy Mapes, Yolanda Lopez. Kathy 
B\rd, Debb> (ialarza, Denise Castello. Bottom Row: Linda Pinkston, 
Cath\ Machado, Nancv Mune, N'alri Daws\, MariUn Currier, Laura 
Costa, Lynsay Moffat, Mary Hansen, Gail Franklin, Bilinda Morrison, 
Mary Cox, Karin Massoni. 




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G.A.A. Members — Top Row: Neta Monroe, Amerita Orta, Kathy Rivers, 
Debbie Harris, Martha Townsend, Carmen Ochoa, Janis Sherman, 
Franzine Torrez, Joyce Rodgers, Karen Voss, Diane Wristine, Sharon Se- 
ko, Naomi Thopmson, Pam Rickard, Altha Batesel. Second Row: Kathy 
Kanagaki, Vivia Smith, Rita Graham, Gloria Tovar, Marna Webster, 
Geraldine Dean, Sherry Jones, Sharon Bellah, Jean Somerhalder, Louise 
Chastek, Judy Henderson, Brenda Garner, Cindy Foust, Carol Hopkins, 

G.A.A. Members — Top Row: Alison Rodriguez, Carmen Gomez, Pam 
Morris, Debby Rasmusen, Sherry Gill, Barbara Ramirez, Marlene Rod- 
rigues, Cindy Majera, Georgiana Massoni, Liz Orozco, Alma Erskine, 
Debby Lago, Betty Weeks, Linda Boseck, Frank Hanburg. Second Row: 
Gloria Duran, Dana Lopez. Debby Hardin, Janis Warren, Sharon Diffy, 
Donna DeAzevedo, Teresa Spinnelli, Diane Stewart, Mary Jo Robinson, 
Lynda Mori, Pam Graves, Barbara Singh, Jerri Richardson. Third Row: 
Yolanda Mendoza, Diane Jackson, Kathy Combs, Peggy Terrill, Sharon 
Somerhalder, Lody Borrayo, Doreen Abreu, Jan Brooks, Karey Evenson, 



Barbara Wheeler. Third Row: Susan Clark, .Ardith Dawson, .Anna 
Jaa)bs, Kay Linn, Jeanie Carlisle, Jainet Rylee, Del)bie Morrison, Mary 
Burroughs, Judy Scarfo, Martha Townsend, Debbie Davenport, Jackie 
Lee. Bottom Row: .Angelina Spinelii, Dianna Barnette, Florence Bee- 
man, Tena .Austin, Niki Paiangi, Susan Bronzan, Pam Collins, Regina 
Castro, Bernnet Alvcs, Cindy Pedersen. 



Karen Casey, Lynn Smith, Mary Rego, Fourth Row: Sheila Taylor. Sus- 
ie Berumen, Enestine Azevedo, Kath\ Harris, Joan Rhoem, Lynette 
McLendon, Marie Gomez, Nanc> Tovar, Pats\ Lago. Elaine Jones, Pam 
Thornton, Colleen Dejesus, Debby Massoni, Jod\ DellTmagine Bottom 
Row: Linda Serna, Christine Siquiedo, Maria Granado, Rhonda Salva- 
dor, Leticia Borrayo, Bonnie Hanner, Melanie Gerkin, Dina Lorenzetti. 
Mary Heywood, Debby Graves, .Angela Pacheco, Debby Walker, Cindy 
Maggiore. 




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Pep Club Members-Top Row: Delmar Greenleaf. Jeff Buckingham, Pat 
Hughes, Nyla Hannum, Mary Jo Armstrong, Roger Austin, Melanie Cer- 
kin, Sheila Berr\, Sharon Auld, Penn> Williams, Jean Somerhalder, Cin- 
dy Foust, Linda Bosek, Merry Nail, (Cherry! Walker, Sharon Frost, 
Cathy Rivers. Manuel Andrade, Steve (Caldwell, Rick Fortner. Second 
Row: Debbie Davenport, Steve Capozzo, Deiuiis Reese, Cyndi Pedersen. 
Bernnet Alves (sec), Claudia Smith, Debbie Sutliff, Kathy Viera, Karen 
Massoni, Mary Cox, Jim Honegger, Barljara Mix, Carol Armstrong, 
Carol Jensen, Patty Pinkston, Ross Davis. Third Row: Tony Ghiozi, Dar- 

Pep Club Sponsors 
'Ugly Girl Contest' 

Spirit Week and the "Ugly Girl Contest" were 
just a few of the attempts put forth by Pep Club 
to promote school spirit. 

For the first time at Liberty the Pep Club 
screened rally committe members before each 
rally and were responsible for the conduct of 
each in encouraging school spirit. 

During the week preceding Homecoming, the 
club sponsored daily contests of skill, sold pom- 
poms and buttons and hosted an "Ugly Girl 
Contest' . 

Rooter bus trips were organized and partially 
financed by the club to encourage students to 
travel to away football and basketball games 
and cheer the Lion teams to victory. 



lene McDowell, Yolanda Lopez, IJsa Kaplan. Marsha Treat, Cheryl Van 
Buren, Regina Castro, Linda Serna, Denise Castello, Denise Chapman, 
Tena Austin, Olga Jimincz, Linda Cadabona, Betty Thompson, Dale 
N'unnally. Fourth Row: MariKn Scroggins, Lane Lewis (pres. ), Bill 
Vengle\, Dennis Corgaiat, Harold Wheeler, \ello Ghilarducci. Dennis 
Henderson, Chris Knight, Stan Jones, Jane Boulding, Brsct- Robison 
Bottom Row: Debbie Pippo, Carolyn Myers, Susan Bronzan, Penn\ 
Turner. 




Demonstrating spirit are Nello Ghilarducci, and Dennis Henderson as 
the> purchase a pom pom from Pep (;lub president Lane Lewis. The 
organization sponsored a spirit week prior to Homecoming during which 
they sold school buttons, pencils, and pom poms. 



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Featuring the winner 
of the Miss Ugly Girl 
Contest,' Bett> Thomp- 
son, is Pep Club's entry 
in the Homecoming 
Parade. Escorting the 
reigning Miss Thomp- 
son are club members 
Georgie Massoni, Bev- 
erl> Pierce, and Linda 
Hampton. 



Pep Club Members-Top Row: Lynette McClendan, Nancy Tovar, Steve 
Foust, Steve Bon, Delmar Greenleaf, Barbara Miguel, Debbie Walker, 
Larry Alves, Mary Mulroony, Sharon Bellah, Dennis Corgiat, Sherry 
Jones, Lita Oaham, Bonnie Banner, Gary Tremble\, Joe Tovar, Bart 
Barton, (iar) Billingsle\, Doug Myers, Cind\ Maggiore, CaKin Silva 
Second Row: Debbie Lago, Lynda Mori, Brenda McClelland, Marie 
Gomes, Diane Stewart, Pam Morse, Jeanie Carlisle, Janet Rylee, Louise 
Chastek, Diane Jackson, Judy Henderson, Diane Wristen, Debbie Bess, 
Janice Butler, Niki Palangi, Debbie Galarza, Sharon Seko. Third Row: 
Mary Jo Robinson, Pam Collins, Cathy Combs, Brenda Garner, Carol 
Moore, Linda Ghilarducci, Kathy Kanagaki, Jody Dell'Immagine, Karen 



V'oss, Kathy Freitas, Pam Rozenski, Linda Pinkston, Naomi Thompson, 
Donna Phillips. Ardith Dawson, \ ivia Smith Fourth Row: Maria Smah- 
lik, Angela Pacheco, .\nna Jacobs. Kath\ Barton, Doreen .Vbreu, Peggy 
Terrill, Janice Warren. Mary Burroughs. Leticia Borravo, Pam Graves, 
Colleen Dejesus, Debbie Massoni, Paulette Billingsiev, Stephanie Bald- 
win, John Castello, Ka\ Linn, Linda Hampton, Elaine Jones. Fifth Row: 
Dina Lorenzetti, Karen Casey, Karey Evenson, Laura Borbon, Debbie 
Redenbaugh, Brenda Simpson, Marilyn Currier, Georgie Massoni, Liz 
Orozco, Sharon Somerhalder, Judy De Martini, Linda Erskine, Pam 
Thornton, Pats> Lago, Randv Lowrie, advisor Mr. Ellrie Von Schopp. 
Bottom Row: Kathy Cakebread, Mary Heywood, Barbara Wheeler. 





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Athletics 




"Stay free where no walls 
divide you," 







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K^^jtetJ**^ 






VARSITY SCORES 




Liberty 




Opponent 


°13 


Antioch 


38 


°19 


Irvingtoii 


12 


°39 


Fast Union 





°2I 


Lincoln 


24 


35 


All)an\ 








Amador 


7 


14 


Livermore 


7 


40 


Granada 


2 


13 
194 


John Swett 



90 


SEASONS 


RKCORD 


V\ L T 


"Non-l 


eailue 


6 3 



ALL LEAGUE 

First String 

Offense 
Harold Wheeler-End 
Bill Condon-Tackle 
Randy Low rie-Guard 
Nello Ghilarducci-Center 
Steve Parsons-Fullback 

Defense 

>tuart Pratt-Lineman 
Greg Baker-Lineman 
Dennis Henderson-End 
Steve Parsons-Halfback 



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Rouuli i> Juliii S\\'U Ut Uiisive unit as it tackles Chris Knight, 44. Their 
attempts to stop the cardinal and gold uere in \ain as the lions downed 
Swett, 13-0 in the last K. B. A.L. game of the \ear. The win clinched sec- 
ond place For the Liberty team. 



ALL LEAGUE 

Second String 

Offense 
Dennis Henderson-End 
Chris Knight-Halfback 

Defense 
John Rogers-Lineman 

Ross Davis-End 

Tony Marquez- Linebacker 



Liberty Outscores 
Opponents 194-90 

August came and along with it came practice 
for Liberty s Lions. Guided by head coach Jack 
Ferrill and assistant coaches Jerry Miller and 
George Smylie, Liberty came on strong in 
league standings with a 4-1-0 record to place 
second only to Amador, and a 6-3-0 overall sea- 
son record. 



After winning its league opener with Albany by 
a score of 35-0, Liberty suffered its only defeat 
in league play when Amador scored in the 
final munutes of the game to win 7-0. The Lions 
came back to beatLivermore 14-7 and followed 
that victory with a homecoming victory over 
Granada 40-2. They finished off the season with 
a 13-0 victory over John Swett to clinch their 
second place in the league. 



Stretching for the pass is left halfback Chris Knight. 




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Varsity Football Team— Top Row: Mike Kelley, Ritk 1 ortucr. Ste\e 
Bronzan. Garv colbert. \ irgil Freeman. Ross Davis, K.en Gaddis, Harold 
Wheeler, Randy Lowrie, Alan Martin, Dennis Henderson, Mark Dwel- 
ley. Second Row: Mark Anderson, Jim Honnegger, Larry Fnos, Robert 
Chavez, Steve Parsons, Steve Capozzo, Hank Ramirez, John Rogers, Bill 



w. 



Leading rusher Chris Knight, 44, picks up another first down to aid Lib- 
ert\ in its 40-2 Homecoming victory over (iranada. 



Quarterback Larry Fnos, 10, runs into trouble while attempting to gain 
yardage in the Lions' match against Antioch. Right end Harold Wheeler, 
82, rushes to his aid. 



Up in the air for the pass completion is All League end Harold Wheeler 
in Libertvs clash with the Antioch Panthers. 




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Condon, Nello Ghilarducci, Greg Baker, Coach Jack Ferrill. Third Row: 
Coach George SmyUe, Merle Knight, Tony Mar()uez, Steve Knight, 
Stuart Pratt, Chris Knight, steve Foust, Roy Rios, Richard Barrios, 
Frank Rosas, Coach Jerry Miller Bottom Row: Managers Martin Silva, 
Marcos Dorog, Jose Gomes. 




Captain tlaroid VVhecU'r meets the opposing cai)tain trom tlie Panthers, 
in Libert\ s season opener against .Antioch, 



Lions' Varsity Grabs Second Place 



Stopping a Lincoln man dead in his tracks as he tries to progress down 
the field is senior right end Harold Wheeler, 82. 




d9 



One of (luarterback Larry Kiios' favorite receivers was right-end Haroli 
VVlieeliT, numfjer 82. He is seen hero catching a pass in the Libert) 
Lincohi game while t«o Lincoln men closi' in on him. 



Larry Enos, Number 10, attempts to run with the bail (luring the game 
played at Antioch but is stopped short. Knos ran tor 77 yards during the 
season and threw for 492 vards. 





An Antioch Panther is prevented from breaking through Lion defense by 
Lion rigtit guards Tony Martinez, 64, and Randy Lowrie, 60, Mark An- 
derson, 65, and Greg Baker, 77, a)me to their aid. 




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Fullback Steve Parsons displays his evasiveness to a (iranacia Matador at 
I.il)ert\'s Momecominji namv. Parsons made the All-KBAL team as both 
offensive fullbaek and defensive halfback 



The ball is fumbled and f)()th Lions and Panthers scramble for the foot- 
ball Although Liberty prevented Antioch from scoring several times 
they lost the game 38-13 in the season's opener. 





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Receiving the trophies awarded them at the annual football banquet 
held December 2 are Ron Cervantes, Steve Knight, Steve Parsons, Chris 
ICnight, and Dennis Henderson. 





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JV's Finish Third 
With 4-5-0 Record 

Ijiberty's junior varsity squad, coached by Bob 
Glenn and Larry Welch, finished the season 
with a 3-2-0 league record, to place third in 
league standings, and a 4-5-0 overall season 
record. 

After losing two in a row to Antioch and Irving- 
ton the j.v.'s won against East Union 19-0, but 
lost to Lincoln the following week. 

Difficulties still plagued the Cubs as they barely 
lost the next game to Dublin 14-12 and suffered 
a 13-0 defeat by Amador. 

Getting back into style the Lion Cubs delivered 
defeat to Livermore by a score of 6-0. Contin- 
uing their winning streak, the j.v.'s dumped 
Granada's Matadors 31-0; and topped off the 
season with a 38-0 win over John Swett. 



Playing his first game of the season, Lion Cub sophomore quarterback 
number II Richard Odom's attempt to gain yardage is stopped by his 
Panther t;ub opponent in the September 1.3 match with Antioch. 




J. v. Football Team—Top Row: Gary Billingsley, Joe Tovar, John Kersey, 
Dale Smith, Pete Rios, Dan Garcia, Carl Rodgers, Joe Sanabria, Dan 
Stone. Chipper Weeks, Louie Lazoya. Ray Sanchez, OHver Washburn. 
Second How: Coach Robert Glenn, Bias Franco, David Mendoza, Man- 
ual Villa, Bennie Orozco, Robert Condon, Roy Yonemura, John Stanton, 



Sergio Borrayo, John Perez, Chris Erskine, Larry Ramos, Brad Chism, 
Bruce Clayburn, Coach Larry Welch. Third Row: Glen Stonebarger, 
Ruben Ramos, Ron Cervantes, Jesse Rodriguez, Al Torres. Tony Rosas, 
Ernie Borbon, MikeGraser, Rudy Vaiverde, Sean Ferrill, Pete Barrera. 
Bottom Row: Managers Tracy Moore, Terry Moore, Jeff Buckingham. 




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Sophomore back Jess Rodriquez finds a patch of light in the East Union 
defense and breaks through for a first down, even though the Lion Cubs 
failed to gain enough offense to score and lost the game to East Union. 



Lion Cubs display their determination to prevent an opposing Antioch 
Panther from breaking through the Liberty defense. In for the tackle 
are Gary Billingsley, 25, and Terry Moore, 75. 






JUiNIOR VARSITY SCORES 




Liberty 




Opponent 


°13 


Antioch 


41 


°0 


Irving ton 


13 


°19 


East Union 





°6 


Lincoln 


26 


°12 


Dubhn 


14 





Amador 


13 


6 


Livermore 





31 


Granada 





38 


John Sweet 





125 


SEASON'S LEAGUE RECORD 

°N on- League 
WLT 
4 5 


107 



Head Coach: Bob Glenn 
Assistant Coach: Larry Welch 

Managers; Tracy Moore, Jeff Buckingham, Joe Martinez. Steve Baker. 

Charters: Regina Castro, Mary Jo Armstrong. Pat Thornton, Debbie 
Redenbaugh, Marsha Treat. 



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Knight Leads Team Rushing, Defense 



1 he freshman football team did very well this 
year, " head coach Frank Schmidt said when ask- 
ed about Liberty's frosh team. With the assist- 
ance of coach Frank DeParsa, coach Schmidt 
guided the team to a 2-2-0 league record, plac- 
ing second in the league, and a 4-2-0 overall 
record. 

After winning its season opener with East 



Union, 12-0, Liberty lost two in a row to Albany, 
39-18, and Amador, 9-0. Bouncing back the 
Cubs squeaked by Livermore, 13-12, and shut 
out Granada and Dublin, both 13-0. 

The Lion Cubs outpointed their opponents 69- 
60. Halfback Steve Knight led the team in both 
rushing and defense followed by fellow halfback 
Joe Seeno. 




On third down halfback Joe Seeno. 29, breaks through the line of scrim- 
mage and is pursued by the Kast Union defense. Seeno s sardage aided 
the Cubs in defeating East Union 12-0. 



Coaches: Frank Schmidt, Frank De Parsa. 

Managers: Mike Gambel, Jesse Resendcz. Duke Byrd 

Charters: Tena Austin, Mary Burroughs, Pam (Collins, Ardith Dawson. 



Liberty 


FRESHMAN SCORES 


Opponent 


'12 


East Union 





18 


Albany 


39 





Amador 


9 


1.3 


Livermore 


12 


1.3 


Granada 





13 


Dublin 











69 


SEASONS LEAGUE RECORD 

°N on- League 

WLT 

4 2 


60 



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Freshman Football Tcam--Top Row: l.arr\ B\r()n, Richard AmhrDsino, 
Mark l.ucchessi, Lalo Carmona, Dann\ Jones, Tom Annand, Frnie Sam- 
udio, John Norman, Ra\ Quintanilla, Dan Celoni, Ed Olvera, Mike Gar- 
cia. Second Row; Gar\ Foust, Steve Knight, Terry Adams, Gene Blue- 
baugh, Ron Torres, Tim Silva, Larry Barron, Felix Pastor, Mike Murphy 



Staiilcv Smith, Bill Killingsworth. Lu>sf Moreno. Third Row: G'oach 
Frank Schmidt, Joe Seeiio, Fdward Perez, Tim Knight, Ken Matthews, 
Rick Crandell, Tim Hanberg, Fd Ramos, (^al (^hato. Mario Sanct-n, Tony 
Machado, Fernando Monriquez, Coach Frank DeParsa Bottom Row: 
Managers Jesse Resendez, MikeGambel, Duke Byrd. 





"Snap, Crackle, pop" are the sounds one can usualK hear w hen there is 
a scramble for the iootball. Helmets crash and pads smash. 



Completing the pass for a touchdown is end Ray Quintanilla. Such dis- 
pla\s of abilitv, common in the Lion Cubs, moved the team on to victorv. 



"Touchdown!" The .\lbany frosh defense is too late to prevent Libert) 
from scoring. The Lion Cubs scored three such touchdowns in their clash 
with Albanv but lost 39-18 




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19()8\ AKSITVSC:ORES | 


LIBERTY 




OPPONENTS 


32 


°\'andeii 


24 


20 


"Pacifica 


forfeit 


19 


"Tracy 


38 


29 


"Antioch 


27 


16 


"Pacifica 


47 


29 


"Franklin 


27 


15 


John Swett 


50 


18 


Albany 


42 


33 


Amador 


22 


25 


Livermore 


32 


19 


Dublin 


36 


26 


"Antioch 


29 


15 


°Rio Vista 


.50 


15 


Granada 


49 


291 




473 


SEASONS LEAGUE RECORD | 


°N' (in- League 




W L T 1 

.5 10 1 


1968 FROSH-SOPH SCORES | 


LIBERTY 




OPPONENTS 


36 


"Vandon 


21 


20 


"Tracy 


35 


38 


"Antioch 


17 


15 


"Pacifica 


51 


37 


"Franklin 


19 


22 


John Swett 


35 


20 


Albanv 


38 


45 


Amador 


16 


20 


Livermore 


37 


38 


Dublin 


21 


44 


"Antioch 


17 


19 


(>rana(ia 


40 


356 




347 


SEASONS LEAGUE RECORD | 


°N()n- League 


WLT 1 






4 20 1 




Senior 
Lemon 



harrier Joe Ramirez attempts in vaiti to catch his Pacifica adversary, Neil Lemon, 
kicked his way to second « ith Ramirez tinishinji in seventh place. 



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Tom StallinRs starts on his upward climb to sur- Bang! The gun sounds and they're off The hill in the background represents one of the barriers 

mount one of the barriers to the finish line This which the runners had to surmount twice during the course of the Pacifica meet. Lions won the 

sophomore harrier finished fourth to aid the Lion meet 26 to 47 
victorv over Pacifica. 



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Cross Country Team-Top Row: Joe Ramirez, C>)-captain Rand\ 
Vates, Ledoii Jenkins. Craig Stewart. Paul Delia Maggiore. Co- 
captain Mike Singh, Tom Stallings, Carlos Farias, Gar\ Cunha, 
Frank Segoiva, Coach Herb Sa)tt. Bottom Row: Manager Ma.x 




Segovia, Paul Parker, Gar\ Scroggins, Mike DeLuna, Mike 
Caddis, Ken Brown, Bill McDaniels, Mario Sanobria, DennV 
VV'atkins, Cliff Xunnaliy. 

Cross Country 1968 
MakesOwnHistory 

Jr or the first time since cross country became a 
sport at Liberty Union High School, the Lions 
beat their arch rival, the Panthers from Antioch 
High School. In the first clash, the Panthers 
came out victorious, 27-29. But in a re-match the 
Lions were the winners by a three point mar- 
gin, 26-29. 

Guiding the '68 team to a 4 win, 1 loss season s 
league record and a second place East Bay Ath- 
letic League standing were Coach Herb Scott 
and co-captains Mike Singh and Rand\ Yates. 

Most valuable runner award, based on the larg- 
est total amount of points earned during the en- 
tire season, went to senior runner, Joe Ramirez. 



.Most valuable runner on L. L' H.S. ' cross countr> team, Joe Ramirez, 
tries to bring a victor) for the Lions against Tracy. Final score shows 
Ramirez finishing third to aid the Lions in a 19 to 38 win. 



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Sophomores Lead, 
Show Improvement 

lennis in its fourth year at Liberty has shown 
much improvement. This year's netmen, consist- 
ing mostly of sophomores, concentrated on play- 
ing the net more, getting the first serve in, and 
most important of all, stroking the ball properly. 

Under the guidance of Coach Dale Cozby and 
leadership of Delmar Greenleaf, who for the 
second year in a row received the honor of being 
captain, the '68 tennis team finished the league 
season with a record of four wins, six losses, 
placing fourth in the East Bay Athletic League. 



>SPVIIIS^-'- -JSk^OtS 




Ward Burroughs concentrates on his form while smashing a hard drive 
to his Albany opponent. 





TENNIS SCORES 




LIBERTY 




OPPONENTS 





Amador 


7 


4 


John Swett 


3 





Livermore 


7 


7 


Albany 





3 


Granada 


4 


1 


Amador 


6 


5 


John Swett 


2 





Livermore 


7 


6 


Albany 


1 


I 


Granada 


6 


27 




w 




SEASONS LEAGUE RECORD | 




WLT 






460 






^^ 




Demonstrating a driving over hand serve in open competition is 
senior netman M ike Chan. 



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V4 



^^ 






Tennis Team-Top Row: Captain Delmar Greenlcaf, Viieii Sit, 
Michael Chan. Aaron Kaplan, Ward Burroughs, Coach Dale 
Cozby, Tim Guilliams, Darrell Ho\le, Johnny Casey. Bottom 



Row; Rodne\ Cardift, George Zamora. Jerr> Ellis, Terrs Greg- 
or\, Steve Cagel, John Beal, Kd Prewett 





Three year veteran. Ward Burroughs shows good form, acquired 
through hard work and practice His skill at the game has made him an 
asset to the team. 



Johnnv Casey waits patiently to return the serve of his opponent. 



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Coaches: Keith Dawson, Ro- 
melo Felo. Manager; Martin 
Silva. Charters (Statisticians! 
Sylvia Ramirez, Sharon Shep- 
pard. 

Lion grappler Duane Shep- 
pard locks up with his Granada 
opponent to start the match. 




Wrestling Team — Top Row: Coach Keith Dawson, Mike Caddis, John 
Perez, Mario Sanabria, Marcos Dorog, Richard Ramirez, Mike DeLuna, 
Mike Ambrosino, Kd Johnson, Gene Bluebaugh, Donovan Rice, Bob 
Dyer, Kd Perez, Manager Martin Silva Second Row: Richard Cervan- 
tes, Ken Caddis, Bill McDaniels, Bill C^ondon, Joey Perez, Ismal Ra- 




mirez, Jim Goodrich. Chris Krskine, Bob Condon, Joe Sanabria, Ken 
Clark, Brian Coffman. Bottom Row: Kurt L'tterback, Ron Cervantes, 
Mario Sancen, Ruben Ramos, Roy Rios, Romero Sancen, Sam Nishi- 
mura, George Zamora, Ray Serna, Paul Ramirez, Victor DeLuna. 








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100 





VARSITY SCORES 


JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES 


Liberty Opponents 


Libe 


rty Opponents 


18 


"Kdison ■^■^ 


23 


"Edison 38 


15 


"Alhambra 34 


II 


"Alhambra 41 


47 


"Franklin '5 


15 


"Krankiin 31 


17 


"Antiocli '52 


8 


"Antioeh 49 


2H 


Granada '^ 


24 


C^ratiada 30 


22 


Livermorf -- 


24 


Livermore 21 


35 


Amador '^ 


22 


Amador 30 


52 


Alban\ ^ 


42 


Albany 6 


26 


Granada 20 


42 


Dublin 13 


21 


Livfrmore 24 


21 


Granada 27 


38 


Amador H 


22 


Livermore 25 


50 


Albany 2 


11 


Amador 39 






44 


Albany 1 1 


367 


234 


23 


Dublin 24 




SEASONS RECORD 


332 


385 




VV L T 




SEASON'S RECORD 




7 4 1 




VV L T 




°Non-league 




4 10 
"Non-league 




Liberty Wrestlers 
Share EBAL Title 

Liberty's wrestling team enjoyed a prosperous 
season in league play with a six win, one loss, 
one tie record to share first place in the East 
Bay Athletic League with Livermore. 

High scorer of the team was senior Victor De- 
Luna with 91 points, followed by fellow senior 
Duane Sheppard with 66 points. DeLuna and 
Sheppard also captured first places in the Ceres 
and Stagg Tournaments while DeLuna took 
first in the EBAL Tournament. 



A battle of strength takes place as a Liberty wrestler attempts to gain 
control over his Matador opponent. 



.\ Granada wrestler finds a determined opponent in Brian Coffman as 
Coffman struggles to overtake the Matador. 




101 



Coach: Jerr\ Miller Manager: 
Jose Gomez Charters (Sta- 
tisticians): Jane Boulding, 
Julie Marks, Nanci Mune. 





VARSITY SCORES 




Liberty 




Opponents 


69 


"Delta 


51 


48 


"Castro Valley 


65 


56 


"Antioch 


52 


27 


"Pacifica 


37 


52 


° Pinole \alie> 


47 


68 


"Lincoln 


69 


76 


"Rio \'ista 


65 


52 


Albany 


37 


51 


Livermore 


62 


55 


"Manteca 


35 


46 


Amador 


47 


63 


John Swett 


74 


48 


Granada 


45 


58 


"Tracy 


65 


69 


Albany 


51 


47 


Livermore 


57 


52 


Amador 


74 


56 


John Swctt 


76 


.54 


(iranada 


66 


1,047 


SEASONS RECORD 
\\ L 

8 Jl 
°N on- League 


1 .075 




Varsity Basketball Team — Top Row: Allan Martin. Dennis Corgiat, Mike 
Rozenski, Coach Jerr\ Miller. Captain Dennis Henderson, Ward Bur- 
roughs, and Rick Fortner Bottom Row: Mark Caves, Chuck Aguirre, 
Jim Honegger, and Steve Knight. 



Senior guard Barry Dc Martini dribbles past a Delta opponent during 
the first contest of the season. De Martini's points helped the Lions 
gain their, 76 to 65 victory. 




102 




Center Mike (Bones) Rozenski breaks through his Pinole Valley oppo- 
nents and makes an easy two point lay-up. 




Rick Fortner number 24, blocks Liberty's arch rival from making two 
points in the last final seconds of the game. The Lion s went on to a 
5o lO 52 victory over the hosting Antioch Panthers. 



Sophomores Lead 
In Team Scoring 

Screaming of excited fans, deep breathing of a 
hard working team, and the instructions of 
Coach Jerry Miller were the sounds that grew 
together to add to the tension and thrill of Lib- 
erty s longest basketball season on record. 

This year's Lion team consisted of three seniors, 
three juniors, three sophomores, and one fresh- 
man. Under the leadership of Captain Dennis 
Henderson, the team practiced hard to prepare 

themselves for the tough schedule ahead. They 
ended the season with a three win, seven loss 
league record, finishing fifth. 

Sophomore center Mike (Bones) Rozenski was 
named second string All-League, sophomores 
Rick Fortner and Jim Honegger were awarded 
honorable mention. 



103 



Mike (Bones) Rozenski racks up two more points against Lincoln ending 
the first half w ith Liberty leading, 36 to 35, 




Mike (Bones) Rozenski, number 34, and Dennis Henderson, number 50, 
battle three Antioch men for a rebound off the Lion offensive board 
while Dennis Corgiat, number 30, awaits anxiously for possession of the 
ball. Liberty won for the fourth straight year. 



Tension mounts as Lion Dennis Hender- 
son, number 50, leaps high to shoot over 
his Pinole Valley opponent. 



104 





Crabbing the rebound. Rick Fortner watches 
the Spartans for a chance to pass-off and 
start a fast break for Liberty. 



Lions Face Longest Season In History 



Coach Jerry Miller ponders Libert\ s next defensive move against Ama- 
dor during the Isast minutes of the first quarter. 





Driving past a Spartan pla\er. Jim Honneger dribbles his way across the 
court in an attempt to overcome his opponent. 



105 



Jay Leads Scoring With 8.6 Average 



Liberty's junior varsity cagers started and 
ended the season in victory. Coached by George 
Smylie, the Lions compiled a ten win, eleven 
loss, no tie record. In league play the Cubs 
earned a five win, seven loss, no tie record. 



High scorer for the team was Dale Jay with an 
8.6 point per game average. Mark Dwelley lead 
the team in rebounds with a 9 rebound per 
game average. Sophomore Glen Stonebarger 
was named the playmaker of the team. 



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Sophomore Lion Cub Mark Dwelley, number .30, leaps above his opposi- 
tion to shoot the ball in an attempt to add to Liberty' s score. 



Sophomore Oliver Washburn reaches up to 40 tip in the rebound as 
Spartan opponents 80 watch. The Lions finished victorious 49 to 44. 



Lion ciger Denny McClain, number 2.5, outruns his Spartan opponent 
to shoot for two points during the first half of the game. 



Libertv 


JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES 


Opponents 


49 


•Delta 


47 


47 


"Castro Valley 


39 


43 


"Antioch 


67 


49 


"Pacifica 


44 


37 


'Pinole Valley 


.52 


47 


"Lincoln 


42 


58 


° Rio Vista 


54 


33 


Albany 


44 


43 


Dublin 


19 


41 


Livermore 


46 


SO 


"Manteca 


.53 


46 


Amador 


49 


41 


John Swett 


47 


42 


Granada 


23 


30 


° Tracy 


54 


46 


Albany 


44 


41 


Livermore 


51 


43 


Amador 


64 


63 


John Swett 


54 


41 


Dublin 


51 


.50 


Granada 


42 


940 
*Non-league 


SEASON'S RECORD 

W L T 
10 11 


986 



106 




Coach: George Sm\lie Manag- 
er: Felix Pastor (;harters 
(Statisticians!: Jane Roulcling. 
Julie Marks 



Lion Cub Mark Owelle>. Number 24, lights with a Panther (^ub tor the 
rebound as teammate Doug Toles watches. 




Sophomore Denn\ McClain displavs his sharpshooting form while add 
ing two more points to his record. -" 



J.V. Basketball Team— Top Row: Rudy Valverde, John Casey. Oliver 
Washburn, Mark Dwelley, Doug Toles, Denny McClain, Coach George 



Sm>lie. Bottom Row: (;len Stonebarger. Dale Ja\. W'avne Stolhaiid, 
Bias Franco. 




107 



Lion Cubs Build 
Strong Defense 

r reshmen basketball players gained experience 
throughout the season to end up with a five 
win, nine loss, no tie record. 

Under the guidance of coach Frank Schmidt, 
the Frosh Lions averaged 41 points per game 
and built a strong defense to limit the opposi- 
tion to an average of 48.5 points per game. 

Sal Gasca lead the team in scoring with 138 
points averaging 11.5 points per game while 
taking the free throw percentage with 64.7 per 
cent. Joe Seeno lead the team in rebounds with 
98 while Ray Quintanilla lead the team in field 
goals with 46. 



Freshmen Basketball Team — Top Row: C^'oach Frank Schmidt. Darsey 
Martin, Cal Chato, Sal Gasca, Dale Nunnally, Jesse Rodriguez, Stan 
Smith, Larry Barron, Tim Knight, Phillip Ortez. Bottom Row: Steve 




Straining to outreach his aAlbany opponent, Frosh eager Fd Olvera 
jumps in the tip-off. The Lion Cubs beat Albany .50-43 in the January 
30 game. 

Phillips, Joe Seeno, Fd Olvera, Ra\ Quintanilla, Lalo Carmona, David 
Sephis, Mike Gamble. Frnie Samudio. 



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Lion team member Sal Gasca attempts to take the rebound from his 
Livermore foes «hile David Sephis, number 23, comes to his aid. 



Liberty 


FRESHMEN SCORES 


Opponents 


50 


Albany 


43 


50 


° Pacif ica 


37 


31 


Livermore 


43 


32 


Amador 


57 


32 


Dublin 


41 


46 


John Swett 


41 


34 


Granada 


55 


49 


"Tracy 


68 


52 


Albany 


41 


32 


Livermore 


62 


36 


Amador 


44 


54 


Dublin 


69 


41 


John Swett 


36 


35 


Granada 


44 


578 


SEASON S RECORD 

W L T 

5 9 

"Non-league 


681 




Fresh forward Joe Seeno aims for two points as a cluster of Albany Cou- 
gars stretch to block the shot. 



Sal Gasca jumps into the air to make t«o points against Livermore. The 
Lions lost to Livermore 43-32. 




Coach: Frank Schmidt Manager: 
Bill Kiilingsworth Charters (Sta- 
tisticians): Tena Austin. Regina 
Castro, Pam Collins. 



109 



spirit-makers Work 
For Lion Victories 

For the first time at Liberty boosters were 
screened before eacfi rally. This was done by a 
comnmittee under the direction of Bill Vengley, 
for the purpose of keeping rallies from getting 
dull and the same. 

Under the direction of Mrs. Pat Clay well the 
girls practice diligently each week on cheers 
and routines which urged the teams to victory. 

To train themselves for the year ahead, both 
cheerleaders and songleaders went to summer 
camps. Through these camps, the leader learned 
fresh ideas for a renewal of Liberty's spirit. 




Flushed with excitement and joy, cheerleader Carolyn Myers sparks the 
audience into joining in a Lion spirit chant. 



Varsity Cheerieaders-Paulctte Billinjisley (Head). Debbie Pippo, Caro- 
lyn Mvers, Linda Pinkston. 




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Head Junior 
in spirited yel 



varsity cheerleader Barbara Wheeler leads the Sophomores Junior Varsilv Cheerleaders—Mary Heywood, Barbara Wheeler (Head), 
Is during the Antioch rally. Cathy Cakebread. 




Mascot Karin Massoni supplies additional spirit at games and rallies. 




Rally Squad Members-Top Row: 

Kath> Freitas, Debbie Bess, Kathy 
Cakebread, Pam Rozenski, Barbara 
Wheeler. Susan Bronzan. Mar\ Hey- 
wood, Penny Turner, Janice Butler. 
Second Row: Debbie Pippo, Linda 
Pinkston, .\dvisor Mrs. Pat Claywell, 
Carolyn Myers, Paulette Billingsley. 
Bottom Row: Karin Massoni 



111 





Discussing the spirit at the Spartan Lion clash are Carolyn Myers, 
Deb Pippo, Linda Pinkston, and Paulette Billlngsly. 



Getting readv to put on Playmakers skit during the Antioch ralK are Betty 
Thompson and Michele Maliett 



Majorettes, Songleaders Boost Spirit 

xVIajorettes-Doniia Phillips, Charla Cornelius, Teiia Austin, Barbara Monroe, Linda Serna, Jeanie Carlisle. 




112 




Songleaders--Pam Rozenski (Head), Susan Bronzan, Debbie Bess, Penny 
Turner, Kathy Freitas, and Janice Butler. 





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Kathy Freitas leads the crowd in spirit yells during a rally. 




Helping to generate enthusiasm during the afternoon rally for the Ama- 
dor football game are songleaders Pam Rozenski and Penny Turner who 
perform their spirited routines. 



Songleaders Penny Turner.Debbie Bess,Janice Butler and Susan Bronz- 
an pause in their routines to demonstrate respect as the band plays the 
National Anthem during the Antioch Rally. 



113 





1968J.V. SCORES 






968 VARSITY SCORES 




Libe 


rty Opponents 


Libe 


rty Opponents | 


" 5 


Pacifica 


9 


° 2 


Pacifica 


6 


° 2 


Kennedy 


7 


° 4 


Pacific 


3 


" 


Antioch 


2 


°13 


Kenned) 


4 


° 4 


Kdison 


8 


° 1 


Antioch 


2 


° I 


Tracy 


11 


° 4 


Edison 


1 


° 4 


Rio Vista 


11 


' 1 


Tracy 


5 


°I0 


St. Vincent 


8 


° 8 


Rio Vista 





5 


Granada 





° 5 


St. Vincent 


3 





John Swett 


4 


3 


Granada 


1 


4 


Albany 


5 


9 


John Swett 


6 


7 


Livermore 


9 


5 


Albany 


6 





Amador 


1 


8 


Livermore 


5 


3 


John Swett 


4 


2 


Amador 


5 


1 


Granada 


4 


2 


John Swett 


9 


5 


Livermore 


2 


5 


Granada 


4 


1 


Albany 


17 


1 


Livermore 





6 


Amador 


1 





Albany 


1 


58 




47 


2 


Amador 


1 




SEASON'S RECORD 




7.5 




62 




"Non-League 






SEASON'S RECORD 






W L 






° Non-League 
WL 






4 13 






11 7 





Varsity Baseball Team: Top Row-Coach Robert Glenn, Bryce Robison, 
Steve Bronzan, Harold Wheeler, Larry Enos, Joe Tovar, Kim Cornelius, 
Ray Sanchez, Robert Chavez, Merle Knight. Second Row—Ron Myers, 




Senior catcher, Harold Wheeler gives the signal tor a curve l)aii and 
awaits the pitch against their arch rival, Antioch. 



Pete Barrera, Frank Rosas, Jack Upton, Steve Foust, Chris Knight, 
Tony Rosas. Bottom Row--ManagersTony Madina, Felix Pastor. 




114 




J.V. Baseball Team— Top Row: Mike Evans, Jerry Ellis, Brad Chism, 
Dan Celoni, Gary Ellis, Bill Ramos, Mark Lucchesi, Sal Navarro, Bias 
Franco, Coach Larrv Welch. Second Row: Tracv Moore, Ernie Bor- 



bon, Mike Murphy, Bob Hanson, Lalo Carmona. Ray Hawkins, 
Steve Wallace, Dave Burns, Terry Yates. Bottom Row: Todd Wil- 
liams, Cal Chato, Glenn Stonebarger, Rodney Cardiff, Steve Cagle. 



Coach Larry Welch gives the junior varsity baseball team last minute 
instructions just before the Antioch Liberty clash. 




Varsity Baseballers 
Win Second Place 

C>rack! And baseball season was on its way. . . 
Practice began on a cold day in February and 
continued on to the end of May. 

Heading the varsity team was coach Robert 
Glenn who has been with the team for four 
years. A new addition to baseball this year was 
Coach Larry Welch, who was in charge of the 
young inexperienced junior varsity team. 

The Varsity baseball team ended their 1967-68 
Lion season with all win, 7 loss league record, 

,^it«f#->j <- -» • placing second in the East Bav Athletic league. 



115 




Varsity Track Team: Top Row--Jim Vigil, Chris Utterback, Ken Cad- 
dis, Mike Staiidridge, Al Martin, Jim Sellers. Second Ro\v--Maiiuel 
Ramirez, Mike Singh, Randy Yates, John Ratkovec. Denny Watkins, 



Steve Rhodes, Carlos Farios, Paul Delia Maggoire. Bottom Row--Le 
Don Jenkins, Craig Stewart, Sal Quintanilla, Joe Ramirez, Manuel 
Villa, Ray Cruz, DelmarGreenleaf, Tom Stallings, Mike Caddis. 



1968 VARSITY SCORES 




Liberty Opponents | 


" 38 Franklin 


89 


• 78 Pacifica 


47 


° 47 Concord 


80 


73 Las Lomas 


.54 


116 JohnSwett 


10 


72-1/2 Li vermore 54-1/2 | 


65 Amador 


62 


84 Granada 


43 


" .54 Antioch 


73 


° 43 Ygnacio Valley 


84 


96 Albany 


,31 


766-1/2 627-1/2 | 


SEASON RECORD 




W L T 




7 4 




'Non-league 




1968J.V. SCORES 




Liberty Opponents | 


° 40 Franklin 


87 


" 48 Pacifica 


79 


° 35 Concord 


92 


° 64 Las Lomas 


63 


72 JohnSwett 


55 


88 Livermore 


37 


• 83 Bvron Boys Ranch 


44 


60-1/2 Amador 66-1/2 | 


80 Granada 


40 


* 40 Antioch 


87 


* 47 Ygnacio Valley 


79 


46 Albany 


79 


709-1/2 808-1/2 | 


SEASON RECORD 




VV L T 




5 7 




°Non-league 


^^ 



4 



Giving all his strength for Liberty, 
Manuel Villa tosses the shot-put In a 
practice t'ack meet with Concord on 
March 6 held on the Brentwood track. 



116 








Twelve Lettermen 
Pace 1969 Team 



With twelve returning lettermen, more than 
double last year's number, coaches Keith Daw- 
son and Herb Scott found their '69 Lions' track 
team in another race for the top place in the 
league. The main thought on their minds was 
five in a row. 

"Let's do it again" was the motto of the 1969 
team as they strove to continue the Lion tra- 
dition of winning the East Bay Athletic League 
track championship. For the past four years 
Liberty has captured the league title. 



Coaches: Keith Dawson, Herb Scott; Managers: Joe Martinez, Mar- 
cos Dorog; Charters (Statisticians) Judy Scarfo, Nyla Hannum, Carol 
Armstrong, Sherry Jones, Ardith Dawson, Annette Dawson, Jeanette 
Novarina, Francine Torrez, Pat Hughes, Martha Townsend, Rhonda 
Salvador, Sharon Seko, Kathy Barton, Lod> Borra\o, Nancy Kara- 
glanis. Candy Dolan, Maria Smahlik, Sandy Thompson, Cindy Foust, 
Pam Morse, Marie (iomes, Debbie Walker, Maria Puente, Yolanda 
Bustos, Pam Riccard. 



Competing in Concord track meet against the Minuet Men is Mike 
Singh and Randy Yates. The race is the two-mile. 



Frosh, Soph, Track Team: Top Row -Coach Herb Scott, Fred Thorton, 
Greg Dawson, Bill McDaniels, Eddie Overa, Gary Cunha, Don Brooks, 
Ken Brown, Javier Munoz, John Stanton, Mike Crowell. Bottom Row - 



Clifford Nunnaly, Gary Scroggins, Mario Sanabria, Ed Johnson, Mark 
Pederson, Alfred Torres, Gary Foust, Rick Crandel, Marcus Dorog, 
George Zamora. 




117 



LUHS Swimmers 
Hold Third Place 

Aquatic team members took to the water Feb- 
ruary 3 with the determination of surpassing 
last year s third place standing in the East Bay 
Athletic League. Under the guidance of Coach 
Jack England, the mermen compiled a three 
win, two loss league record. 

The "B" team placed fourth in the decisive 
EBAL meet, ending the season with a one win, 
four loss league record. 



Coach: Jack England Charters (Statisticians) Penny Turner, Shelley 
White, Patty Pinkston, Diane Wristen, Paulette Billingsley, Lynda 
Mori. 



The gun sounds and Liberty's free stylers Ken Clark and Dennis 
Reese spring for the water in their preparation for the Antioch meet. 




"A" and "B" Swim Team--Top Row: Coach Jack England, Larry Ra- Gary Billingsley, Don Schnider, Aaron Kaplan, Ken Clark. Bottom Row: 

mos, Charlie Powers, Bob Bennet, Steve Jewett, Gary Trembley, Ed Dennis Reese, Tim Silva, John Hernandez, Ed Prewett, Delmar Green- 

Viles, Chet Wright, Martin Silva. Second Row: John Casey, Sean Ferrill, leaf, John Beal. 












118 








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Senior Chet Wright churns the water and gasps for 
breath in the 100 yard free style in the meet against 
Frankhn, winning in the time of .53.2 




1968 


"B" SWIMMING 


1968 


"A " SWIMMING 




SCORES 






SCORES 


Liberty Opponents 


Libertv Opponents | 


°.31 


Franklin 


28 


°69 


Franklin 22 


°23 


.Alhambra 


69 


°46 


Alhambra 49 


°25 


Edison 


59 


°42 


Edison 52 


°24 


Antioch 


68 


°.30 


.•\ntioch 65 


°43 


De LaSalle 


21 


"63 


De LaSalle 31 


36 


.■\lbany 


52 


&^ 


Albany 26 


13 


.\ mad or 


81 


20 


.Amador 75 


°17 


Livermore 


78 


27 


Livermore 69 


°16 


Lincoln 


68 


°29 


Lincoln 65 


42 


Granada 


50 


75 


Granada 20 


51 


John Swett 


37 


&i 


John Swett 31 


°33 


Tracy 


58 


"42 


Trac) 53 


°37 


Manteca 


48 


°62 


Manteca 33 


SEASON'S RECORD | 


SEASONS RECORD | 




N on- League 






Non-League 




W L T 






W L T 




3 10 






670 



Gasping tor breath, sophomore Aaron Kaplan churns the water against Edison in 
the 100 vard fiv. Aaron won in the time of 1 :08.0. 



119 



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Classes 




"You're free as the roaring tide, 
So there's no need to hide." 




121 



This year's Freshmen Class totaled 278. 
On September 6, they took their first steps 
through the corridors of Liberty High. 
Throughout the year the freshmen experi- 
enced the excitement of being in high 
school 

With the guidance of Mrs. Sue Fortner and 
Mr. Jerry Miller, class advisers, the class 
undertook various projects and activities, 
including a concession at the first home 
football game, against Irvington on October 
20, 1968. 

A major project for first-year students was 
their homecoming float. With much en- 
thusiasm and hard work this years fresh- 
men entered their float, "Stop Em." 



Terry Adams 
Critt Abbott 
Doreen Abreu 
Brenda Altes 



Into Lions Domain 
Enter 278 Freshmen 




Susan Bruce 
Paula Bryant 
Edward Bendia 
Michael Bunn 
Ken Burcham 



Jim Burke 
Mary Burroughs 
Yoianda Bustos 
Larry Byrd 
Larrv Bvron 



Steven Cagle 
Tom Cagle 
Danny Cardoso 
Karen Casey 
John Castello 



r^ J « • ■ .. Deborah Castro 

Dewanda Airmgton „,. . i ^ 

Di La j tlizabeth Castro 

Blanche Amador , ^ ■ . . 

... 1 I A L Larry Cecchmi 

Micriael Ambrosmo ,, . „ 

T,i A J rranciscoCeia 

1 nomas Annand _ . i^ i . 
Daniel Celoni 






Richard Aranda 
Chris Arends 
Sam Avila 
Jacqueline Barkley 



Robert Barnett 
Larry Barron 
Kathy Barton 
Olivia Beltram 



Christine Bernal 
Susan Berumen 
Gene Bluebaugh 
Elisha Bondoc 



Loyd Bonham 
Lody Borrayo 
Susan Brooks 
Denise Broussard 



Cal Chato 
Amelia Chavez 
Victor Church 
Ricci Cinquini 
Tawnya Cloonan 



Richard Cobb 
Kathy Combs 
Deborah (Donley 
James Cooper 
Laura Costa 



Gloria Craig 
Ricky Crandell 
William Crosman 
Steven Crumb 
Marilyn Currier 



Maria Da Rosa 
Sandy Dallas 
Kevin Darvell 
Vairi Dausy 
William Davis 




nn. 




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122 








Paul Delia Maggiore 
Judith Of Martini 
Sharon Diffey 
Robert Oyer 
Adrieniie Kilis 


Alma Krskine 
Michael Kvans 
Karey Kvenson 
(iuillermina Felo 


Seldo Fernandez 
Katrina Kink 
Rachel Flores 
Celia Kournier 
Gary F\)ust 


Gail Franklin 
Larry Frazier 
Loyd Frost 
MikeCiambel 


Adelita Garcia 
Michael Garcia 
Juanita Garcia 
Salvador Gasca 
Tony Ghioz/.i 


Sherry C;ill 
Annabel Gomez 
Marie Gomez 
Debra Graham 


Maria Granado 
Greg Graser 
Pam Graves 
Sandra Habig 
Linda Hall 


Raymond Hawkins 
Debbie Hardin 
Teresa Hart 
Alan Hauan 




Many long hard hours of sweat and work went into the construction of 
Liberty's newest class Homecoming float. The class of '72' got its first 
real taste of high school and working together as a unit putting the final 



touches on their float. The float, entered in the annual Homecoming 
parade, depicted the theme chosen by the class as "Stop-Em '. 



123 



Tim Hanberg 
Mary Hanson 



Michael HeinI 
Janet Hernandez 



Linda Heyman 
Janet Hogan 



Lois Holland 
Kenneth Hopper 



James Huckaby 
Deborah Muggins 








Exploring a campus new to them, freshmen swarm the halls of Liberty for 
the first time on Orientation Day. 



Freshmen Explore Campus Of Liberty 



Donald Humphreys 
Jerry Hustedt 
Dora Jiminez 
Chuck Johnson 
Kathy Johnson 
Dannyjones 
Francesjones 

Ronda Jones 
Kathy Kelley 
Bill Killingsworth 
Steve Knight 
Tim Knight 
Gary Kolb 
Debra Lago 

Cynthia Lange 
Linda Latemer 
Richard Lewis 
Sharon Lewis 
Marian Llewellyn 
Ben Logan 
Larry Lopez 




124 




John Lord 
Mark Lucchesi 
Arther Luna 
Carlos Luna 
Darcy Martin 



Tony Machado 
Patricia Malicoat 
David Martinez 
Elaine Martinez 
Susan Martinez 



Georgi Massoni 
Kenny Mathews 
Lynnette McLendon 
Tony Medina 
Carmen Mendoza 



Cheri Meritt 
Karen Miller 
Curtis Mix 
Lindsay Moffatt 
Fernando Monriquez 



Alan Monroe 
Neta Monroe 
Charles Morales 
Clem Morales 
Lupe Moreno 



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Rhonda Morgan 
Lynda Mori 
Pam Morse 
Kathleen Mulrooney 
Maria Munoz 


Mike Murphy 
Lonnie Murray 
Doug Myers 


Lorri Nail 
Cindy Najera 
Wanda Neal 
Lori I Nelson 
Xavier Nieto 


John Norman 
Myrna N orris 
Raymond Novarina 


Arlon Nunn 
Dale Nunnally 
Edward Olvera 
EmeritaOrta 
Phillip Ortez 


Larry Page 
Susan Page 
Felix Pastor 


Lovis Pedoroza 
Eddie Perez 
Glenn Phillips 
Karin Phillips 
Beverly Pierce 


Judy Plaster 
PaulPollino 
Morjorie Port\vood 



125 



Mori And Knight Lead Freshmen Class 



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Bob Powell 
Thea Powers 
Robert Price 



Maria Puente 
Ramon QuintaniJIa 
Manuel Rafael 



Barbara Ramirez 
Eddie Ramos 
Mary Rego 



Jesse Resendez 
Pam Richard 
James Rice 



Jeri Richardson 
Rachelle Rico 
Theresa Robbins 



Mary Jo Robinson 
Stanle\ Robinson 
Magaret Roboes 



Joe Rodriguez 
Marlene R<xlriguez 
Joyce Rodgers 



Frank Salinas 
Gary Samples 
Ernie Samudio 



Mario Sancen 
Rosalinda Sidrian 
Tim Silva 




Freshmen Class officers-Lynda Mori, pres; Steve Knight, 
vice-pres. ; Dan Jones, treas. ; Lynnette McLendon, sec; and 
Pam Graves, rep. 



Barbara Sims 
Barbara Singh 
Tom Sigueido 
Lin Smith 



Stan Smith 
Sharon Somerhalder 
Nancy Southern 
Diane Stewart 



Wayne Sudweeks 
Howard Taylor 
Ricky Taylor 
Kathy Teixeira 



Peggy Terrill 
Naomi Thomps{>n 
Fred Thornton 
Ron Torres 



Nancy Tovar 
Dona Townsend 
Joe Trotter 
Sandv Urenda 




126 




sf/Jife 



Ernestine Acevedo 
Manuel And rade 
Felipe Aranda 
Richard Avers 
Marianna Baker 


Stephen Baker 
Daniel Baldocci 
Larry Barela 


jolene Barkley 
Dianna Barnett 
Bnice Bartee 
Altha Batesel 
John Beal 


Melvin Beasley 
Sharon Bellah 
William Beltram 


David Bernal 
Sheila Berry 
Gary Billingsley 
Leo Boothe 
Ernie Borbon 


Serg Borrayo 
Robert Bowers 
Sylvia Braheny 


Steven Bronzan 
Glen Broussard 
Evelyn Brown 
joe Brown 
Kenneth Brown 


Ronald Brown 
Robert Bruce 
Jeffery Buckingham 


Theresa Buckingham 
David Burns 
Ruben Bustos 
Sharon Butler 
Cathleen Cakebread 


Rodney Cardiff 
Barbara Carlisle 
Gloria Carmona 



"TrompEm" was the theme of the Sophomore Class third place float 
in this year's Homecoming Parade. 




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Sophomores Win 
Place Float Third 

With "Tromp Em" as their theme the Soph- 
omore Class showed their spirit as their float 
placed third in the Homecoming Parade. They 
spent long hard hours working together as a 
class and learning the meaning of team work. 

With the help of their class advisers, Mr. Harold 
Child and Mrs. Carol Russell, the sophomores 
were busily engaged in sponsoring after-game 
dances and concession stands sales at football 
and basketball games. 

Tenth graders made Liberty proud of them by 
taking part in scholastic, governmental, and 
athletic competition throughout their second 
year. Sophomores were a spirited group winning 
the spirit jug if the Seniors didn't. 



127 



John Casey 
Mary Castro 
Robert Cero 
Hector Chavez 
Richard Cervantez 



Leticia Chavez 
Bradley Chism 
Karen (]lark 
Kenneth Clark 
Lena Clark 



Mary Collins 
Robert Condon 
Jeffery Con ley 
M ichael Crowell 
Garv Cuhha 



Telia Davis 
Ardith Dawson 
Gregory Dawson 
Michael DeLuna 
Geraldiiie Deien 



Lewis Diffey 
Candy Dolan 
Richard Dooley 
Marcos Dorog 
Mark Dwellev 



James Chan 
Wayne Chan 
Celia Chavez 



Susan Clark 
Bruce Clayburn 
Brion Coffman 



Deborah Davenport 
Dennis Davis 
Nita Davis 



Colleen Dejesus 
Jody Dell Immagine 
Michael Di Puma 



Gino Elliot 
Gary Ellis 
Jerry Ellis 







Relaxing after school and a hard days work at the books is Judy Hender- 
son, Donna Phillips and Bonnie Hanner. 




Christopher Erskine 
Linda Erskine 
Penny Fairley 
Carol Felix 



Sean Ferrill 
Richard Fortner 
Cynthia Foust 
Bias Franco 



Janet Freeman 
Gary Frost 
Gary Gamine 
A ngelo Garcia 



Antonio Garcia 
Juanita Garcia 
Roselinda Garcia 
Melanie Gerkin 




128 




Linda (iliilardiicci 
Deborah (iill 
Oarmen (iomcz 
Rodney (ioodiier 


Rita (Graham 
Michael Ciraser 
Debra (Graves 


Jirninv (>o(Klric'li 




Icrr) (;ret;<)ry 
liin (iuilliams 
Kenrietli llalsey 
Debra Hampton 


Robert Hanson 
Katherine Harris 
Lloyd Harris 


Hoiinie Hamier 




Bruee Hawkins 
Judy Henderson 
Kleanor Hendricks 
Jolui Hernandez 
Sarah Hernandez 


Catherine Heymann 
Mary Heywood 
Ronald Hillmaii 


James Honnegger 
(^arol Hopkins 
l.inda Hopper 
Darrell Hoyle 


Anna Jacobs 
Roger Jay 
Kristinejewett 


DiarH)e Jackson 




Christine Johnson 
Ocil Jones 
Donna Jones 
Phyllisjones 
Katherine Kanagaki 


Aaron Kaplan 
Nancy Karaglanis 
Kathey Kent 



Sophomores Work Hard To Win Rallies 




William Kersey 
Martha Killingsworth 
Jim Knight 
Patricia Lago 
Larry Langston 



Sandra Largent 
Carol Latimer 
Roy Leaver 
Jackie Lee 
Kav Linn 



Mark Long 
Amelia Lopez 
Dana Lopez 
Dina Lorenzetti 
Cindy Maggiore 



Julie Marks 
James Martin 
Delia Martinez 
Israel Martinez 
Anthon\ Massoni 




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Lucille \ovarina 



Richard McBroom 
Donna McOar> 
William Mc Daniel 



Denny \lcl>ain 
Yvonne Medina 
Lupe Mendoza 



Robin Meredith 
Frankie Miguel 
Mike Miguel 



Lavon Mofield 
Terry M oore 
Tracv Moore 



Deborah Morrison 
James Mountian 
Javier Munoz 



John Myers 
Ann Nakao 
Salvador Navarro 



N'alentine Nieto 
Jim Nickols 
Ida N'ishamura 



C^litford NunnalK 


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(barmen Ochoa 


r-7 


Richard Odom 


r 'i 


George Oro/x-o 


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Inna Ortez 


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Mary Oseguera 


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Angelica Pacheco 
Paul Parker 


Andrew Parsons 


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Thelma Parsons 
Rockey Patterson 
Edwin Pastrana 
Steven Pease 
C\Tidi Pedersen 



Mark Pedersen 
Maria Pedersen 
Christine Perreira 
Stephen Perreira 
Ed Phelps 



Donna Phillips 
Charles Powers 
Edward Prewett 
Peggy Pullins 
Yvonne Quimuyog 



Mark Quirantes 
Constance Rafael 
Henry Ramirez 
Ismael Ramirez 
Rodne\ Ramos 



Debra Rasmussen 
Dall Reese 
Josephine Rentuma 
Gloria Resendez 
Rov Rios 




Mr Jim Alves looks on as Daryle Hoyle, 
Dana Lopez, John Hernandez, and John 
Casey, try to master Spanish. 




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Sophomores Learn Language Skills 




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(lathy Rivers 
Sherry Robins 
Ahsoii Roclrigiies 
Chris Rodrigues 
Klsa Rodrigues 


Hector I'orres 
(Gloria Tovar 
(ienard Trigo 


Joan Roem 
Robert Rogers 
Chuck Romero 
T()n\ Rosas 
Ross Kendell 


KurtUtterback 
Rudy V'alverde 
Abel Viera 


Michael Row ell 
Michael Rozeiiski 
Jainet Rylee 
Paul Salinas 
Mario Sanabria 


Del)ra \iera 
Manuel \illa 
Gloria N'illapando 


Carmen Sanchez 
Luc\ Sanchez 
Raymond Sanchez 
Lavern Sconce 
Gary Scroggins 


Karen Voss 
Debra Walker 
Theresa Wallace 


Sharon Seko 
Mar\ Segovia 
N'ickie Sellers 
Buddy Serna 
Raymond Serna 


Loyed Wallis 
Janice Warren 
Oliver Washburn 


Eddie Sheppard 
Dale Smith 
Shelly Smith 
Vivia Smith 


Mama Webster 
Charles Weeks 
Barbara Wheeler 


Dana Sorenson 




Gerald Sorenson 
Judy Sparks 
Angela Spinelli 
Thomas Stallings 
Wayne Stoland 


Jane Winters 
David Winters 
Cameron Wong 


Glen Stonebarger 
Fred Stornetta 
R(xine> Stulce 
Donald Swindle 
Steven Taylor 


Elaine Wood 
Linda Worden 
Diane Wristine 


Mark Thomas 
Sandie Thompson 
Pamela Thornton 
Douglas Toles 
Alfred Torres 


Cuca Ybarra 
Roy Yonemura 
George Zamora 















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Willing Officers Guide Jolly Juniors 



With a slam of a locker, and an air of confi- 
dence the class of '70' moved through another 
year at Liberty. 

"Kick-off for Liberty' was the theme of the 
Junior Class float. In the Homecoming Parade, 
Juniors proudly accepted the second place their 
float won. 

Advising the Juniors throughout the year were 
Mr. Kenneth Forlow and Mrs. Barbara Glenn. 
Among the many activities they participated in 
was the Homecoming dance and concession 
stands. 

Highlight of the Junior s third year at Liberty 
was their Prom. Held on March 15, 1969, cou- 
ples wearing the^r long formals and dark suits 
danced to the sounds of a popular local band. 



George Aguilar 
Christine Alvarado 
Robert Alvarez 
Larrv Alves 



Rojelio Amador 
Juan Aranda 
Tena Austin 
Jim Bagwell 



Robert Baily 
Pete Barrera 
Richard Barrios 
Sharlee Beaslev 



Florence Beenfian 
Robert Bennet 
Barbara Beruman 
Kathy Bishop 



Fidel Bonilla 
Donald Brooks 
William Bunn 
Ward Burroughs 





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L>Tida Byer 
Kathy B\rd 
Janet Cadabana 
Steve Capazzo 



Janet Casiano 
Leslie Cass 
Anita Castro 
Regina Castro 



Mark Caves 
Reynaldo Cervantez 
Louise Chastek 
VVavne Chea 



Kenneth (^lark 
William Clark 
Marilyn C^iemetit 
Joseph Clifton 








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Gary C^olbert 
Pamela (Collins 
Sallit'(;()llins 
Joyce C^ook 



Wyende Oosman 
Occilia Oil/ 
Linda (-'ulpepper 
George Gunha 



Debra Dausy 
Karen Davis 
Annette Dawson 
Gloria DeLuna 



Kenneth DeMartini 
Patricia De\ all 
Shirley Dcarman 
Frank Delgado 




Junior otiicers are: Jeanette Novarina, pres. ; Gary Golbert, \'. pres. ; Pat 
DeVall, sec; Pam Collins, treas.; and Louise ('h^stek, rep. 




Kenneth Ditmars 


Carlos Farias 


(Gloria Duraii 


Richard Felix 


Susan Kichar 


Glenda Ferguson 


Doreen Klliot 




Russell Evans 




Gar\ P'ranklin 


Michael Gaddis 


\irgil Freeman 


Michael Gaines 


\aiic\ Fre\ 


Debra Galarza 


Russell Friday 




Sharon Frost 




ArturoGalvan 


Linda Garner 


Charles (iamino 


Sandy Giles 


Daniel Garcia 


Elmer Good ner 


Klias Garcia 




Brenda Garner 




John Greely 


Fran Hanberg 


Anita Hagerty 


Phyllis Harrington 


Timothy Hall 


Debra Harris 


Debby Hampton 




J ana Hampton 





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Juniors Help Spirit Team During Rally 



Kllen Molmt-s 
Josf'ph Jenkins 
Artnro Jimenez 



Marsha Kastell 
John Kersey 
David Knight 



Theresa Henr\ 
Charles Mill 
Rhonda llilhnan 
Kathy llolden 
Allen Holmes 



Alan Johnson 
Lisa Johnson 
Sherry Jones 
Patti kahrs 
Lisa Kaplan 



Steven Knight Louis Lozoya 

Dennis Law Viekie Mapes 

James Lewis Robert Mariiuez 

Yolanda l^opez 
Larr\ Lord 



Martha Mart 
Allen Martin 
Miehael Martin 
Aurora Martinez 
Frank Martinez 
Cierald Martinez 



Joseph Martinez 
Susan Martinez 
Kathleen Massoni 
Gloria Mattes 
Gail McAteer 
MarvMcBride 



Cheryl McBroom 
Brenda McClelland 
Donald McCoy 
Darlene McDowell 
Yolanda Mendoza 
Barbara Miguel 



William Miller 
Barbara Mix 
Carol M oore 
Margaret Mulrooney 
Joseph Murdock 
Brent M yd land 

Joe Navarrette 
Johnny Navarette 
Sally Nelson 
Danny Newsom 
Rosemary Nieto 
Osamu \ishimura 
Jeanette Novariiia 
Gary O BaiHion 
Frank Olveda 
Barbara Page 
Donna Palangi 
Gary Pereira 
Stanley Pereira 
John Perez 
Maria Alicia Perez 
Deborah Phillips 




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Walter Pierce 


(Gloria Ramirez 


Dff)ra Pippo 


(ionzalo Ramirez 


(U'hc'cca Pollino 


Julia Ramirez 


Judy Powers 




Doris Quan 




Michael Ramirez 


l-arry Randle 


Sylvia Ramirex, 


John Ratkovec 


Bill Ramos 


Deborah Redeiihaunh 


I.1()\<1 Ramos 




Riiheii Ramos 




(ierald Rc^o 


Lorraine Robles 


Stephen Rhodes 


Robert Rodricjuez 


Jackie Richardson 


Dale Rogers 


Steven Ricioli 




Pedro Rios 





Tossing tiny bits of paper into the air, the Junior class 
tries their hardest to out-yell the freshman, sophomores 
and seniors at the football ralK. 





John Rogers 
F"rank Rosas 
Walter Roweil 
Jose Sanabria 
Ramiro Sancen 



Bruce Schagunn 
Curtiss Schagunn 
Donald Schneider 
Marilyn Scroggins 
Sharon Scroggins 



Jill Seeno 
Maximo Segovia 
Jim Sellers 
Deborah Sephus 
Linda Serna 



Paul Sharkey 
Janis Sherman 
Rosemary Sidrian 
Allan Silva 
Jose Silveira 



Brenda Simpson 
Christine Siqueido 
Yuen Sit 
Claudia Smith 



Lawrence Smith 
Phyllis Smith 
Robert Smith 
William Smith 




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Jean Somerhalder 

Jacquita Southern j •.- 

Mike Standridge 




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John Stornefta 
Rocco Summe\ 
Gilbert Suniga 
MarkSutliff 
Robert Tamavo 
(Cecilia TaraiiKo 
Judy Taylor 

Karen Taylor 
Daniel Thirkell 
Patricia Thornton 
Carmen Tobar 
Christine Torres 
Francine TorK-z 
Joseph Tovar 

Martha Town send 
Marsha Treat 
Melvin Treat 
Ronald Trotter 
Jack L'pton 
Belinda L renda 
Linda \aissadc 

Mary \alverde 
Cheryl V'anBuren 
Rudy Vargas 
Ernest Vasquez 
Nevor Vigil 
Eddie Viles 
Steven Wallace 

Yvonne Walston 
Denny Watkins 
Thomas Webster 
Joan White 
Shelley White 
Teresa Whittern 
Sharon Wiles 

Dixie Wilson 
Pennie Williams 
Olen Wright 
Theresa Yahn 
Manuel Ibarra 
Cynthia Young 
Michael Zech 



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Roger Austin and Steve Caldwell show their Lion spirit 
as they put the finishing touches on the first-place win- 
ning senior float. 




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"Stay Free And Life Is Worth Living" 



r inishing four years at Liberty, Seniors walked 
dow n familar halls a final time. Activities started 
early witfi the class hosting the first after game 
football dance Sept. 20 and a concession sale at 
the Amador game. 






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In reward for four years of work, they attended 
their Senior Ball in April at the Hotel Clare- 
mont and had a breakfast and picnic in June. 
Capping their high school years was graduation 
June 13 on Ohmstede Field. 



CHARLES A. AGLIRRE 

C^ollege Freparators. Freshman, J\, N'arsity Basket- 
hall, JV, Varsity Baseball, Pep Club. AFS, Spanish 
Club, Boys Block L, C:inema Club, liberty Bell 

BERNNETANN ALVES 
College Preparatory, Pep Club. Spanish i'Auh. Latin 
Club. C;SF, AFS, Girls Block L, CAA, French Club, 
Yearbook Society, Honor Roll, Junior Class Treasurer, 
Senior C'lass Steering C^j)mmittee. Pep Club Secretary. 
Aiuiual Staff 

GLORIA ANGLIA A.VIADOR 
College Preparatory, Business 



.MARK STEVEN ANDERSON 

College Preparatory, Boys Block L, J\ , N'arsity Foot- 
ball, JV Baseball 

JACKR. AR.ATA 
College Preparatory. Spanish Club, Latin Club Nice 
President. Pep Club. Playmakers 

CAROL ANNA AR.MSTRONG 
College Preparatory. Band III. Girls' Block L, Cross 
Country and Track Charter, Pep Club, G.'X.'X. Credit 
Manager. FHA Treasurer, Student Council, Honor 
Roll 



MARY JO ARMSTRONG 

College preparatory. Student Body President, Girls" 
State Representative, Junior Class President, Senior 
Class Historian, Freshmen Class Secretary, Scholastic 
Top Ten. G.W \ ice President. Band 111. Student Coun- 
cil. Playmakers. CSF, Honor Roll, Yearbook Society, 
Future Teachers Corresponding Secretary. Girls Block 
L, Student of the Month for September 
SH.\RON KAY AL LD 
Business. Senior Class Steering Committee. G.\.\, 
Nurses Club, Girls' Block L. FHA, Pep Club 
ROGER STERLING AUSTIN 
Art, Pep Club, Liberty Bell, Playmakers, Arts Club, 
Spanish Club, Business Club 



JOHNNIE RAYAliTlRS 

Agriculture, FF.A 

LESLIE JANE AZEVEDO 
Business, Business Club 

GREG BAKER 
Industrial Arts. Boys Block L. Pep Club. EBAL Al 
League Defense Football, Xarsity Football 




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STEPHANIE JAN BALDWIN 

College Preparatory, Homecoming Queen Atteiiderit, 
CSF, Honor Roll, Pep Club, Varsity and JV Cheerlead- 
er, ,Sophomore Hop Queen Attendent, F FA Sweetheart 
Attendent, Rally Squad, French Club, AFS, CAA, 
Spanish Club, Flaymakers 

MICK BARRIOS 
College Preparatory, Boys' Block L, Honor Roll, Span- 
ish Club, JV Football, Freshman Basketball, Varsity 
Tennis 

HERSHEL CHANT BARTON JR. 
College Preparatory 



LIONEL BEAMAN 

General 

ROBERT L. BEAVER 

General 

DEBORA MARIE BESS 

College Preparatory, Homecoming Queen Attendant, 
Rally Squad, GAA, Pep Club 



PAULETTE BILLINGSLEY 

College Preparatory, Homecoming Queen Attendant, 
FFA Sweetheart Attendant, Head Varsity Cheerleader, 
JV Cheerleader, Rally Squad, CAA President, Soph- 
omore, Junior (Jlass Secretary, Student Council, Senior 
Class Sterring (x)mmittee, (iirls' Block L 

LAURA BORBON 
College Preparatory, CSF, Student Body Treasurer, 
Honor Roll, Business (."lub Secretary, Student Council, 
Girls' Block L, FHA, GAA. Spanish Club 

LETICIA ANNA BORRAYO 
College Preparatory, Senior Class Treasurer, Nurses 
Club Secretary. Pep Club, Latin Club, AFS, GAA, 
.Spanish Club, FHA. Girls' Block L, Rally Committee, 
French Club, Arts Club, Yearbook Society, Annual 
Staff, Playmakers 



LINDA S. BOSECK 

Commercial, Girls Block L, GAA, Business Club, Nur- 
ses Club, Pep Cvlub 

JANE MARIE BOULDING 
College Preparatory, Senior Class Vice President, 
Homecoming Queen, AFS, Honor Roll, Girls Block L, 
GAA, Clef C;lub, Arts Club, Pep Club, French Club, 
Playmakers, JV Football, JV and Varsity Basketball, 
Varsity Football Charter 

RON EDWARD BOVERT 
College Preparatory, Honor Roll, JV Football 



SUSAN H. BRONZAN 
College Preparatory, Songleader, Rally Squad, JV, 
Varsity Football, Basketball, Baseball Charter, Honor 
Roll, Girls' Block L, GAA, Pep Club, Spanish Club, 
FHA, Nurses Club, Future Teachers 
KEN T. BROWN 
College Preparatory 

DAN BURNS 
College Preparatory 




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Vice president Jane Boiildlrii; rips old iicuspapcrs (i) be used in p;ipcr mat licmu the senior class float 

Seniors Work To Place Float First 





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JANICE DEMCE BUTLER 

('ollcge Preparatory, Songleader, Band 111, \ ice Pres- 
ident Band III, CSF Secretary, Girls' Block L, Year- 
book Society, Rally Squad, Scholastic Top Ten, (iAA, 
Sophomore Class Treasurer, Clef Club, Honor Roll, 
Pep Club 

LINDA CADABONA 
College Preparator>, Band HI, Girls Block L. Spanish 
Club, AFS, Pep Club, Business Club, Yearbook Society 

STEVE CALDWELL 
(ieneral, Pep Club, Pla\makers, Business Club 



SKIP CARDIFF 

C^ollege Preparatory 

DENISE LYNN CASTELLO 

Business, Senior Class Steering Committee, Girls' 
Block L, Nurses Club, GAA, Liberty Bell, FHA, Busi- 
ness C^lub, Pep C;lub 

TONI JEANNE CASTORO 
Business, Business Club, Girls Block L. CiAA 



RONALD LEE CASTRO 

(General 

MICHAEL L CHAN 

College Preparator\, Scholastic Top Ten, CSF, Honor 
Roll, JV, Freshman Basketball 

CAROL DENISE CHAPMAN 
College Preparatory, French Club Representative, 
Nurses Club Treasurer, Student Council. Yearbook 
Society, Playmakers, G.AA, Pep Club 



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ROBERT R. CHAVEZ 

(^ollegf Preparatory, Senior (^lass Secretary, Boys' 
Block L, Varsity, f-'reshman Football, Varsity, JV Base- 
ball, Spanish C^liib, PepCMiib 

DAVID RAY CLARK 
College Preparatory, Boys Block L, Track Manager, 
Varsity, JV, Freshman, Football Manager, Latin Club 

DAVID COLLINS 
Industrial Arts, Band III 



BILL WILLIAM CONDON 

Industrial Arts, EBAL All League, Varsity, JV, Fresh- 
man Football, Varsity, JV Wrestling, Boys' Block L, 
Latin C^liib 

KEN CORDUA 
C^ollege Preparatory, Band III, Spanish Club. Pep Club 

DENNIS GERALD CORGIAT 
(-ollege Preparatory, Boys' Block 1„ Honor Roll, \ ar- 
sity, JV, Freshman, Basketball. AFS. Spanish Club, 
French (^Itib, Secretar\ of French Club, Pep Club, 
Playmakers, Rod and (iun (^lub. Cinema Club, Latin 
Club, Business Club, Yearbook Societ\ 



CHARLA FAYE CORNELIUS 

C^ollege Preparatory, Majorette, CAA, Business CJub. 
Pep Club, Band III, French Club 

PATL. COSTELLO 
Business, Business Club, (iAA, Pep Club 

MARY ELIZABETH CO.X 
Business, Band III, Homecoming Queen .Attendant, 
Senior Class Steering C^ommittee, Honor Roll, Liberty 
Bell, CAA, Nurses C;lub, Pep Club, Girls' Block L, 
P'HA, Playmakers 



ALEX ORLANDO CROTTS 

Music, Band III. Clef Club President, .\ Capella Choir 
President 

RAY VALENTINE CRUZ 
College Preparatory, Boys Block L, Freshman Foot- 
ball, Basketball Charter, FFA, Spanish Club, Arts 
Club, \'arsit\, JV Track Manager, Varsity Football 
Manager 

JENNY MARIE CUEVA 
General, PepC^lub, Spanish Club, Nurses Club 



PAT DAVIS 

(ieneral 

ROSS DAVIS 
College Preparatory, JV Basketball, Boys Block L 
Spanish Club, A.F.S.. Band, Pep Club, Football. 

ELODIA MORALES DELUNA 
General, Rally Committee, Spanish Club 




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VICTOR DELL .\A 

(ieiieral, Boys' Block I-, Wrestling 

BARRY L. DEMARTIM 
CollcKf Preparatorv. Stiidfiit Body Niw President, 
S()[)honiorc President, h reshmari, JV. \arsit>. Basket- 
hall Boys Bloek l„ Student Council, Honor Roll, CSE, 
Liberty Bell, Rally Committee, Spanish (Jub. Pep (Jlub 
.MOYNE ANN DE SIIAZER 
Commercial, Pep(;lub, KHA, \urs<-s(;lub 



SAMUEL CHARLES DEVORE 

(ieiieral. Ft A, Auto Club 

ALRED DL\Z 
General 

LAURA DOROG 

General 



LINDA DEMSE DOROG 

General 

MARILYN CLAUDIA DOUGLAS 

Business-(x)mmercial, Business Club. FHA 

NANCY ANN DUKE 
Commercial. Recording Secretar\. G.AA. FH.\, Student 
Council, Girls' Block L, Rally Committee, Pep Club, 
Business Club, GAA Representative 



Senior Officers Lead Class To Success 




Senior Class Officers— Leticia Borra\o, 
treas.; Robert Chavez, sec.; Stan Jones, 

pres.; Jane Boulding, (vice-pres. ), Linda 

Pinkston, rep. 



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MANDY M. ELKINS 

General 

LARRY JOHN ENOS 

College Preparatory. Krosli. \arsit\ Football, JV, \ ar- 
sify. Baseball, Boys Block I.. Spanish Club, Pep Club 

HARLEY JOL ERICKSO.N 
(ieueral 



CLYDE MILTON FAIRLEY 

College Preparator\, C^lef (Mub, Playmakers, French 
(Mub, Pep Club, \'ice President French Club, Treas- 
urer Plavmakers, JN' Football, \ arsitv Suimming 

E.M.METT \V. FALETTI 
General, Bo\s Block L,V\ restling 



CAROLYN FERNANDEZ 



General 



GLEN FLUTY 

College Preparatory, JV Wrestling, Highrisers 

JOHN FOLEY 
College Preparatory, J\ Football, Band III 

STEVEN JOE FOUST 
(College Preparator\, FFA President, |\ . \ arsity Foot- 
ball, JW \ arsity Baseball, Honor Roll, Pep Club 




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Spirit Jug Won Three Times By Seniors 



Confetti adds to the displa\ed spirit as the C^lass of '69' 
wins the competition yells at the Homecoming rally. 



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BILL W ILLLVM P REITAS 
Ag, h'VA, FFA 'I'rt'asuriT 

KATHYJEANETTE FREITAS 

(^ollfgc Freparatorv, Songleader, FKA (Jhapter Sweet- 
heart, GAA, Rally s<|iiad. Pep Club 

KENNETH LEON CADDIS 
Ceneral, Pep Club, Boys' Block L, Freshman, J\', \'ar- 
sity Football, J\', Varsity Track, Wrestling 



IRENE HOPE GARCIA 

General, Candy Striper, Nurses C^lub 
JUANITA GARCIA 

General 

RUBEN GARCIA 

Industrial Arts, Freshman Football 



NELLO SEBASTIAN GHILARDUCCI 

College Preparatory. Pep Club, Spanish Club, FFA, 
Boys Block L, Freshman, JV, \ arsity Football, Rally 
Committee, Liberty Bell, Playmakers, Block L Vicf 
President 

JEANNETTE RENEE GIANNINI 
Commercial, Homecoming Queen Attendant, Pe, 
Club. AFS, GAA, FHA, Girls' Block L, Nurses Club, 
French Club 

PAULGLEASON 
College Preparatory 



JOSE GOMEZ 

General, Pep Club, Spanish Club, Boys Block L, Foot- 
ball, Basketball Manager 

BILLJ.GOODNER 
Industrial Arts. High risers 

LITA GRAHAM 
General, GAA, Girls Block L, Business Club, AFS, 
Honor rtoll. Nurses Club. Pep Club. Pla\ makers 



DEL.M.\R GREENLEAF 

College Preparator>. Sophomore \ ice President. Band 
III. CSF, Boys' Block L. Honor Roll. Spanish Club, 
Pep Club. \'arsit\ Tennis. Freshman Basketball. Track, 
N'arsity Swimming. J\ Basketball 

GLORIA ANN GLFFEY 

Commercial 

AUDRA JACKSON 

General. Nurses Club 



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CRAIG HALL 

Ciencral 

JOHN ROBERT HAI.SEY 

(.'ollege Prcparat()r>. C;SF, Baiul 111, Honor Roll, Latin 
Club, AFS, Pep C;liib. Scholastic lop Ten 

LINDA SUSAN HAMPTON 
General, A'Capelia, Clef (;liib, Plavmakers, FHA, 
GAA, Pep C;lub 



NYLA JANETH IIANNUM 

College Preparatory, GAA President, Scholastic Top 
Ten, CSF, Honor Roll, Track Charter, GAA, Latin Club 
Secretary, Student (Council, Band III, Band III Secre- 
tary, Treasurer, Girls' Block L, Latin (;lub 

DENNIS EARL HENDERSON 
C^olJege Preparatory, J\', \ arsity Football, Freshman, 
Varsity Basketball, Boys' Block L, Student {;ouncil. 
Freshman President, Junior \'ice President, Block L 
President, Liberty Bell, Rally Committee, Pep Club, 
Latin (Hub, Spanish (;lub 

GREG HEYWOOD 
Industrial Arts, Freshman Basketball. Spanish CAub. 
Playmakers, Rally Committee, Pep Club 



BETTY HOBBS 

General 

MARSHA HOOD 

General 

PATHl'GHES 

C^ollege Preparatory, Pep Club, AFS, GAA, Spaiush 
CMub, Future Teachers. Track Charter, Honor Roll 



ELAYNE. MARIE JANIS 

(Commercial 

LEDON MAURICE JENKINS 

Cieneral, Pep Club, FF.\, Boys Block L. Cross Country, 
Track, Band 111 

CAROL JENSEN 
College Preparatory, CSF, Honor Roll, Playmakers, 
Arts Club, GAA, Girls' Block L, Spanish C;lub, Pep 
Club, Yearbook Societ\ 



STEVEN K. JEWETT 

College Preparatory, \'arsifv Swimming, AuUt ("lub 

STAN E.JONES 
College Preparatory, Senior ("lass President, Boys' 
State Representative. Band III. Scholastic Top Ten, 
CSF, Pep Club, Clef Club, Future Teachers, Clef Club 
Representative, Honor Roll, Student (Council 

OLGA JIMENEZ 
(ieneral 




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Carol Jensen and Nanci Mune make last 
iiiinutc touches on the senior float. Seniors 
t<Kik first place at Homecoming. 



Seniors Take Pride In First Place Float 




DON.\.\B. K.\SINER 

Business, Business Club 

ALVIN KENDALL 
.Agriculture, FF.\, Honor Roll, FF.A Secretary 
MIKE ODELL KELLEY 

General, J\' Baseball, Football, Band 



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RICHARD KELLEY 

Industrial Arts, J\' Football, Pep Club, Highrisers 
President 

WILLIAM KISSINGER 
College Preparator\. Honor Roll, Auto Club 

CHRISTOPHER ALLEN KNIGHT 
College Preparator), Bo\s Block L, Student Council, 
Rally Committee, Honor Roll, President of Rally Com- 
mittee, Commissioner of Athletics, Band HI, FF.\, 
Spanish Club, Playmakers, Pep Club, J\' Baseball, 
Football, .-Kll- league Baseball 



KEITH J. KORSGAARD 

Music, Libertv Bell 

CRUZ LAF.\RGA 
General, Pep Club, Spanish Club, Nurses Club 

BILL LATIMER 
General. Plavmakers 



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DEWIN LEROY LEE 

College Preparatory, CSV. Honor Roll, Spanish (,'liib. 
Pep Club 

BARBARA KAY LEMON 
HomemakinK, (^hoir. (^aiicK Striper, (iAA 

LANE LEWIS 
College Preparatory, (;SF, (JAA, Latin Clui), Latin 
(;lub Secretary, JV F'ootball (Charter, Ciirls Block L, 
Pep (Mub, Honor Roil, Yearbook Society, Playmakers, 
CSV Treasurer 



ROBYN LINDSAY 

College Preparatory, Liberty Bell, Spanish Club, Latin 
Club 

DOLORES LOPEZ 
Commercial, Nurses Club 

LUCY LOPEZ 
General, Nurses Club 



ROBERT LOPEZ 

Industrial Arts 

LARRY JOESPII LORENZETTI 

College Preparatory, Freshman Football, J\' Baseball, 
Liberty Bell, Band III, Pep Club 

RANDY ALAN LOWRIE 
Industrial Arts, Pep Club, Boys' Block L, Rally Com- 
mittee, Freshman, JV, Varsity Football, Senior Class 
Steering ('ommittee 



STEVE A. LUCCHESI 
College Preparatory, Pep Club, Spanish Club, Fresh- 
man, JV. Varsity Basketball 

DAVID LYDE 
General, Auto Club 

CATHY MARIE MACHADO 
College Preparatory, GAA, Playmakers. Honor Roll, 
Student (x)uncil, Spanish C^iub, (liris Block L, Pep 
Club, A'(;apella, Spanish Club President, Secretary, 
Playmakers President, Treasurer, C,W Secretary, 
Commissioner of Cultural Affairs 



TAMARA MICHELE MALLETT 

Commercial, Pep (Mub, (iAA, FHS, Playmakers 

JUDY CAROLYN MAPES 
College Preparatory, Scholastic Top Ten, CSV, CSF 
Secretary, Nurses (;lub Vice Presidetit, Honor Roll, 
Candy Striper, Yearbook Society, (Jirls' Block L, (iAA, 
Spanish Club, Annual Staff 

SANDI MARTIN 
Business, CSF, Honor Roll, FHA 




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FLORINDA MARTINEZ 

C;ctK'ral, \iirsfs (,'lul), (^aritly Striper, KIIA, (JAA 

MIKF Vl. MARTINEZ 
AKricullurt', (iAA, Pep (;liib 

RICHARD JOHN MASADAS 
Industrial Arts, J\' Baseball 



KARIN ELLEN MASSONI 

General, Mascot, Rally Squad, GAA Pep Club, AKS, 
Plavmakers Vice President, Student .Council, Spanish 
Club 

BARBARA JOAN MCKINNEY 
College Preparatory, Latin Club, CAA, Crystal Wall 

ROSEMARY MENDOZA 
Commercial, Pep Club, GAA 



BETTY JOANNE MEYTR 

Agriculture 

THEA LOUISE MIDDLETON 
Commercial, GAA, FH A, Girls' Block L 
DOIS MOFIELD 

General 



Senior Ball Is Highlight Of Final Year 




.»- Carolyn Myers, Bill Vengley, Dennis Corgiat. and 



«■>- '■"' Bernnet Alves relax between dances at the annual Sen- 
I _^ ior Ball held at the Claremont Hotel. 



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Denise Chapman waits while head 
hbrariaii Mr Walter Sharafono- 
wich explains checkout procedures 
to Maria Smalik. 




Seniors Seek Knowledge To Find Way 



BARBARA SHERYL MONROE 

College Preparator), Majorette, Corresponding See 
retary. Freshman, Sophomore Representative, Honor 
Roll, C"SF", Scholastic Top Ten, Sophomore Hop Queen 
Attendent, Pep Club, (iAA, Spanish Club, FHA, (;irls' 
Block L Student Council, Nurses Club, Clef Club, A- 
Cappella, FF.A Sweetheart Attendant 

KATHY L. MORGAN 
College Preparatory, Nurses Club, AFS, French Club, 
Pep Club, FHA 

BELINDA SUE MORRISON 
College Preparatory, GAA,FHA,CSF, Girls Block L, 
Nurses Club, Candy Striper. Business Club, Play- 
makers, V'arsitv Football Charter 



JIM R. MOSHER 

College Preparatorv, J\' Basketball 

DARRELL UTAH MOSS 
General, .Xuto Club 

TOM MULROONEY 

Agriculture, Hi Risers, FFA. Honor Roll, Tennis 



NANCI LYNN MUNE 

College Preparatory, Commissioner of Publicity. Play- 
makers Representative, Secretarv. French CAiih Sec- 
retary, Student Council, Student .Advisor Committee, 
Girls Block L, Cafeteria Committee, Rallv .Advisory 
Committee, Rally Committee, Pep Club, .AFS.G.A.A, 
FHS, Yearbook Society 

CAROLYN RENEE MYTRS 
College Preparatorv, Cheerleader, J\ Cheerleader, 
Sophomore Hop Queen, French Club, Girls' Block L, 
RalK C;ommittee, Rally Squad, Pep Club, FH.A, Honor 
Roll, FFA Sweetheart .Attendent, G.A.A, Spanish C^lub 

RON M. MYERS 
College Preparatorv, Boys Block L, Rod and Gun 
Club, Plavmakers, Band H 




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MERRY LVW NAIL 

College Preparatory, Osstal Wall. A'Oappella, AFS 
\ ice President, Liberty Bell, Clef Club, Pep Club, 
Play makers. Yearbook Society, Latin C"lub 

BRAD NAFOLS 
(General 

GLORIA \A\ ARRETTE 
General 




Ji^iktktfT 



DON RAY NICHOLSON 

College Preparatory. SpatMsh Club. Rally (Committee 

RAUL RA.MON NOGl ED.A 
General, Spanish C^lub. Liberty Bell. Honor Roll 

DALENLNN 
General. J\ Football 







JOEODOM 

College Preparatory, Spanish Club, FFA. Boys' Block 
L, Freshman, J\', \arsity Football, High Risers 
BERTHA MENDOZA OSEQL ERA 
General. FH.\. Spanish Club. Nurses Club. Pep Club 

GILBERT OROZCO 
General 



ROBERT ORTIZ 

General 

MARY ANNE PACE 

General, Nurses Club 

DONNA SUE PARSONS 
College Preparatory, Pep Club, GAA. FHA, Girls" 
Block L. Student Council. Nurses Club. Senior Class 
Steering Committee, RalK Committee. Libert\ Bell. 
Honor Roll 



STEVE D. PARSONS 

General. Freshman. J\. \ arsit\ Football. Boss Block L 

DEANNA LEE PEDERSEN 
Business. Pep Club. G\.\. Spanish Club, Business Club 

RON P.\RKS 
General 



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JOE PEREZ 

College Preparatory, Pep Club. Spanish (.'liib. Boys' 
Block L, Varsity, JV Wrestling;, JV Basfhall 

LINDA JO PINKSTON 
College Preparatory, Cheerleader, Freshmen \'ice 
President. Junior, Sophomore Representative, Girls' 
Block L, Rally Squad, Liberty Bell, G.AA, Pep Club, 
Spanish CAuh, FHA, Student Council. Nurses Club, 
Plavmakers. Charter for Baseball 

PATRICL\ GAYLE PINKSTON 
General, Girls' Block L, Swimming Charter. i',.\.\. Pep 
Club, FHA, Nurses Club, Rally Committee, Arts Club 



WANDA CHRISTINE PLASTER 

General 

MICHAEL WILLIAN POWERS 

College Preparatory, FFA 

RANDY VELDON ROWERS 

Industrial Arts, Freshman Football, Wrestling 




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JV, 



STUART ANTHONY PRATT 

Business, Pep Club, Spanish C^lub, Freshman. 
Varsity Football, JV Baseball, EBAL All-League 

JUANITA INEZ PUENTE 
College Preparatory, GAA, Spanish Club, Nurses Club, 
C^andy Striper. Future Teachers, JV Cross Country 
Charter, Nurses Club Treasurer 

CHARLOTTEE KAY PURKEY 
General, Pep Club, AFS, GAA, French Club, Play- 
makers 




Seniors Combine Music, Work For Fun 



Combining the sounds of a clarinet, and 
a trombone isn t hard, as proved by Stan 
Jones and Mary Jo Armstrong. 



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SALQLINTAMI.l.A 

C^olk'Ki' Prt'paratorv. W'rc-stlinn. J^'. Varsif> Track, 
Spanisli (;liil). AKS. Plavmakers 

HANK RAMIREZ 
Industrial Arts, Spanisli (Jub. Krcsliinati, J\ . \'arsit\ 
F(K)tball, Honor Roll 

JOEJAVIKKHAMIRF/ 
College- Prcparator\. Bo\s Block I., \arsit\ Track, 
Varslt\ (;r()ssC;()unfr\, Plavmakers, Frc-ncli (Jul) 



MAM EL RAMIREZ 

General 

PAUL RAMIREZ 

College Preparatory, Pep Club, AFS, Spanish Club. 
Bo\s Block L, J\ Varsity Wrestling, j\ Track, Fresh- 
men Football 

GENE M. RASML SSON 
Industrial Arts, FFA, Boys Block L, Honor Roll 



DENNIS ALLEN REESE 

College PreparatorN, Band 111 President. Bo\s' Block 
L, JV, \'arsit\ Swimming, Freshman, J\ Football, Pep 
Club, Honor Roll, Spanish Club, Clef Club, Business 
Club 

NANCY RICHARDSON 
General 

PAT ROBINSON 
College PreparatorN 



BRYCE ROBINSON 

Math, Science, Plavmakers 

GEORGE ROEH.M 
Electronics, AFS, FFA. Band 111. Plavmakers 

BRENDA ROWLAND 
General 



P.A.MJEANROZENSKI 

College Preparatory, Soiigleader, Pep Club. Girls' 
Block L, RalK Squad, Rally Committee. Libertv Bell 

RHONDA SHARON J. SALVADOR 
Commercial. Yearbook Societv President. Girls Block 
L, Student Council. Honor Roll. GAA. AFS. Pep Club, 
FHA, Playmakers, Annual Staff. Track Charter 

JUDY KAY SCARED 
College Preparatory. Lion Editor. Scholastic Top Ten, 
CSF Nice President, Girls Block L, Student Council, 
Yearbook Societv Secretary-Treasurer, Honor Roll, 
Track, and Cross Countrv Charter, Freshman Treas- 
urer, Senior Steering Committee. French Club Rep- 
resentative, GAA, Latin Club, Yearbook Societv 



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I.VV.E. Elodia Deluna checks out audio 
visual equipment for Mr. Pete Springer. 




Movies Play Vital Role For Seniors 



FRANK SEGOVIA 

Industrial Arts, \ arsity Track, Wrestling, Cross Coun- 
try, Freshman Football 

JACQUIE R. SETTEMBRINO 
Business, Pep Club, G.AA 

PAMELA ADA SHELTON 
Commercial, Business Club, Clef Club, CSF, Flonor 
Roll, A'Cappella, Playmakers, Pep Club, FHA, Nurses 
Club, GAA 



FLO^T) DUANE SHEPPARD 

Industrial .Arts, Boys' Block L, Honor Roll, Freshman, 
JV Football, J\ , N'arsity Wrestling, J\'. N'arsity Swim- 
ming 

SHARONELAINE SHEPPARD 

General, GAA, Yearbook Societ>, Wrestling Charter 

MARTA STULCE 

General 



MARTIN SILVA RAMIREZ 

General, Boys' Block L, Wrestling, Football, Swim- 
ming Manager 

MIKE D. SINGH 
Agriculture, FFA, Boys' Block L, Pep Club. Freshmen, 
JV Football, \'arsity Track, N'arsity Cross Country, FFA 
Historian 

JEAN SIT 
College Preparatory, Arts Club, Latin Club, AFS, 
Spanish Club, Crystal Wall, Honor Roll 




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DON SKEEN 

(ieni-ral 

MARLA SUE SMAHLIK 
GAA, FIIA, FroiichClul) 

THOMAS MICHEAL SMITH 

College Preparatory, KKA, KFA Sentinel 



FRANK SPINELLI 

Industrial Arts, Auto Club 

ALBERT STALLINGS 
Industrial Arts, FFA, J\' Football, J\' Track, Fresh- 
man Football 

DENNIS STEPHENS 
Industrial Arts, Business Club, J\' Football, Honor 
Roll 



PHILIP SI DWEEKS 

College Preparator>, Band III, Pep Club, Spanish 
Club, FFA 

DEBBIE PATRICIA SUTLIFF 
College Preparatory, Pep Club, C\.\. FHA 

JERRY TAYLOR 
General, .Auto Club 




SHEILA YTONNE TAYLOR 

Commercial 

BETTY THOMPSON 

General, G.'VA. Nurses Club, Cand\ Sttriper, Pep Club, 
Band Booster Member, Cr\stal Wall, Pla\-makers 

CLAUDINE THOMPSON 
Commercial, G.A.A, FH.A 



DORA TOBAR 

LL PE TORRES 

PATRICIA ANN TOVAR 



153 



MARTHA LOUISE TOVVNSEND 

(College Preparatory, Honor Roll, (iirls' Block L, (;.\A, 
Pep (;liib. Yearbook Society, Track C^harter, French 
Club, Al-S, KM A, Business Club 

SONNY TOY 
(College Preparator), J\ Baseball 

GARYJ.TREMBLEY 
Agriculture, FKA, Band 111. Pla\ makers, Bo\s Block I., 
Student (Council, Pep (;lub. Freshmen, JV Football, 
Freshman, jV, Varsity Swimming, FFA Chaplin 



KIM DEECAN TROWBRIDGE 

Industrial Arts, Boys Block L, Honor Roll, Senior 
Steering Committee, Hi Risers \ ice-President 

PENNY KAY TURNER 
(college Preparatory, Songleader, Football, Swimming 
C'harter, Honor Roll, GAA, Latin Club, A Cappella, 
Rally S(|uad, Clef Club, Pep Club, Yearbook Society, 
Girls' Block L 

CHRIS H. UTTERBACK 

College Preparatory, Varsity Track. French (;lub, .\rts 
Club, Pep Club, AFS, FFA 



WILLIAM ANTHONY VENGLEY 

College Preparatory, Commissioner of Rallies and 
Assemblies, J\', Varsity Swimming, Playmakers Rep- 
resentative, Annual Staff, Playmakers, Rally Com- 
mittee, French (^lub. Arts Club, Business Club, Year- 
b(X)k Society, Spanish Club. .\FS 

KATHERIAN I. VIERA 
General, Arts Club, Spanish C^lub, Pep Club 

MARY VILLA 
Business, CSF, Honor Roll, Business C^lub, FHA, Span- 
ish Club 



SUSAN ELAINE WARD 

Business 

CHERRYL WALKER 

College Preparatory, AFS, Playmakers, Liberty Bell, 
Latin Club, Pep Club 

LAVINAANN WALLIS 

Homemaking, Nurses Club 



HAROLD M. WHEELER 

College Preparatory. Pep Club, Spanish Club, Boys' 
Block L, Libert) Bell, JV, \arsity Baseball, Freshman, 
Varsity Football 

CAROLYN SUE VVICKLINE 
General, Pep Club, AFS, GAA. FHA 
RON L. WILEY 
(College Preparatory, Pep Club, Spanish Club, FFA, 
Boys Block L, Freshmen, JV Football. \ arsity Foot- 
ball, French Club, Playmakers 




154 




Winners of the Bank of America Awards pose with Principal Lou Bron- 
zan. Bryce Robison was selected as Math-Science winner, Stan Jones 



won the F"ine and Apphed Arts award, while Mary Jo Armstrong re- 
ceived the Liberal Arts award 



Bank Of America Honors Three Seniors 





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LINDA SUE WINTERS 

General 

CHESTER WRIGHT 

College Preparatory. Pep Club. Spanish Club, Boys' 
Block L, Libert\ Bell, Swimming 

RANDY YATES 
College Preparator\, Narsity Cross Country, \arsity. 
Track 



SACHIKO JEAN YONEMIRA 

College Preparator>, Business Club, .\FS. Spanish 
Club, Business Club \ ice President. Pep Club 

TILDE ZECH 
Business, Pep Club. Nurses Club, Candy Stripers 



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Ads 




"But only worth living. 
Cause you're born free. 




157 




Tena Austin 



UNITED AUTO SUPPLY 

118 Oak Street 634-3596 

Brentuood, California 



DAVIS GROCERY 

Meats and Groceries 

634-3019 
R\. 2. Box 444 Brentwood, California 



KEN JOHNSON 
CHEVRON 

Congratulations C^iass of 69 
Highway 4 634-3524 



Cyndi Pedcrsen, Bill V'engley, Rhonda Salvador, Gary Vengley 

The Battaglins 
Invite You To Their 



Riverview Lodge 

a vest-pocket Fisherman's Wharf" 

At Antioch 

In The Heart Of The Bass Fishing 

Country 

■JUSTLY FAMOUS SEAFOOD DINNERS 




Judy's Marine Hardware 

Anything perfaining to boats 
Headquarters for . . . HARBORFOAM 

• Boysen Interlux Y-Spar Paints 

• Wiring, Plumbing, Garden Supplies 

• Nautolex for Decking, Fibreglass 

• Aladdin Kerosene Heaters 



684-2380 



158 



Bethel Island 



Open Sundays 



JOSEPH'S 



BETHEL ISLAND'S FLOATING 

RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE 

ON PIPER SLOUGH 



Jerry & Cindy Joseph 



684-2480 



East Eighteenth Street 



The Class ot 37 congratulates the graduates of the Class ot 69 

(iood luck aiul good health 

Bill Vengley 



Antioch 




Village Coiffures 

Specializing in Wigs and Hair Pieces 



1428 Highway 4 
Brentwood, Colifornia 



634-4549 



BETHEL HARBOR 



Harbor Road 



Bethel Island, California 684-2141 




Mazzei 



your authorized PONTIAC — CADILLAC 
DEALER 

Fine Selection 
Model Used Cars 



Antioch 



1530 W. 10th St. 



757-5600 



Melanie Gerkin 

DIABLO FARM 
EQUIPMENT 

John Deere Farm Equipment 

634-3578 
609 Railroad Avenue, Brentwood, California 



625-2306 



The Pump Center 

TONY CANADA 



Well drilling, Pump sills, and 
Service 

Highway 4 



Oakley 



Carol Armstrong. Rhonda SaKador 

ANTIOCH 
STATIONARY 

LA FONTANA INC. 

Ever\ thing in Stationeries 
305 Second Street Antioch, California 



160 




DIABLO AGRICULTURAL 
CHEMICALS CO. 

DEWEY DE MARTINI 




Highway 4, Oakley 



CHIQUITA 
MARKET 



Quality Meats 

and 

Groceries 



625-2013 




Pam Collins 



Western Auto 

The Family Store 
Automotives, Toys, Household Goods 



235 Oak Street 



634-4363 



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Skip Cardiff, Bart Barton 




W"^^"^ 


5 S J.fe •* . 








4. 


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GARROW 
REAL ESTATE 

Congratulations Class of '69 












Norman's Brentwood 
Nursery 

Everything for your Garden 






Johnson Lumber Co. 










Electrical and Plumbing Supplies 














J. E. (Jerry) Johnson 






Highway 


4 near Lone Tree Way 




P.O. 


Box 666 


634-3665 


Norman & Marian 


Lazar 634 


4961 




Brentwood, California 
















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Cherryl Walker, Jane Boulding, Debbie Davenport, Bob Dyer 

^ AND /f. 

O Lone Tree Drive-Inn y^ 

Highway 4 and Lone Tree Way 
Brentwood, California 634-4629 



Oakley Pharmacy 



Oakley Shopping District 



625-2752 



Oakley, California 



BRENTWOOD AUTO PARTS 

COMPLETE REPLACEMENT LINES 
"Machine Shop Service" 



659 Railroad Ave. 
Brentwood, California 



634-3952 
634-4450 



OAKLEY HOTEL 

and 
COffEE SHOP 

Mcble & Eldo Jenner 



"Bigger and Better Values" 



Antioch Shopping Center 



757-3242 



Oakley 



625-2311 



Bill Vengley, Gary Vengley, Rhonda Salvador 



& 



VILLAGE DELICATESSEN 



Levio & Elsie Lombardi 757-0412 

1516 A Street Antioch, California 

Pizza, Torpedo and Submarine 

Sandwiches, Ravioli and Spaghetti, 

Barbecued Chicken and Spare Ribs 

Domestic and Imported Cheeses 



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arrow s 



I creating a lower price image 

for better home furnishings 

757-3121 
County East Shopping Center- A ntioch 

Skip Cardiff. Rhonda Salvador 





Raymond Novarina, Jeanette Novarina 

JohnW. Thieme 




HOUSCBOAT RENTALS INC. 



Willow Park Marina 

phone 

(415) 684-2345 



P.O. Box 392 

Bethel Island, Calif. 

94511 



REGHITTO MOTORS 



Our Mosf Valuable Asset 
A Satisfied Customer" 



1 1 3 Tenth Street 



757-3800 



Antioch, California 



mm 



APPAREL FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 

In the Antioch Square Shopping Center 
1661 A Street Antioch, California 



Brentwood A&W 
Snack Bar 

335 Oak Street 
Bruce and Virginia Cox 



Dr. Kenneth Damstra 
Dr. Tom Wiley 

Optometrists 



Brentwood, California 



634-3492 



634-2121 



236 Oak Street 



Brentwood 



163 




Apparel for Men 



Downtown Antioch 



Fashions for tfie New Breed 



PRINCE HARBOR 


DR. HUGH V. MAIOCCO 


D.A. AND BOB GROMM 






DR. ABE KAPLAN 


CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL GRADUATES 
BESTWISHES 


DR. CHARLES DUFFY 


DUTCH SLOUGH AT JERSEY ISLAND BRIDGE 


DR. PAUL KREY 


Thelma & Walt's 
Market 


Congratulations Class of '69 


Groceries and Ouatily Meats 




Thelma Norgol and Walt Norgol Jr. 


LONE TREE WAY 


625-2303 


MEDICAL-DENTAL 


164 





SALLY ANN 



Women's and Children's Apparel 

Fashions for 
the Young Sophisticate 



514 Second Street Phone 757-213 

Antioch, California 



BARTHELD'S 

FLORAL SERVICE 



Brentwood, California 



634-3600 



Margaret Bohannon 

MARGARET'S FABRICS 

Colorful Fabrics 

for 
Creative People 

2008 "A" St., Antioch 757-8360 



Brentwood Electrical 
Appliance Co. 



Frigidaire, Maytag, 

Gaffers and Saifler 

Frank and Jean Gularte 



120 Oak Street, Brentwood 



634-369- 




Skip Cardiff. Bart Barton 

GREEN'S 
T.V. and APPLIANCE 

RADIO CORPORATION of AMERICA 



514-W 4th Street 



Antioch, California 




Melanie Gerkin, Shellev White 



4« 



BanK OF ^iRGRicuLTURe i GommeRce 

Member of F.D.I. C. 
"40 First Street Brentwood, California 



165 



BERRY'S PASTRY 



Best Known for Quality 

We specialize in wedding cakes 
and decorated cakes for all occasions 



Antioch Shopping Center 



757-5858 

Carol Armslrong, Judy Scarf o 




DR. MINOR D. CALLAWAY 
Chiropractor 

737 Second Street 634-4330 

Brentwood, California 



Besf Wishes From 

"Light Soda on Top" 

Manufacturing Your 

Vitamin "C " Enriched 
Orange • Grape • Fruit Punch • Lemonade 




Brentwood Cleaners 

One hour service 
Dry Cleaning for Particular People 



CUTINO'S FEED SUPPLY 

Feed For All Animals 

Complete Car, Truck and 

Tractor Tires 

1 14 Main Street 625-2200 

Oakley, California 




Chip Weeks, Allan Silva 

Liberty Drug 

For Prescription Service 

Billy E. Henderson, Ph.G. 

1452 Highway 4 634-2141 Brentwood 



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BARNES RICHFIELD 
STATION 

Tires, Lubrication, and Accessories 

Second and Oak Street 
Brentwood, California 



KEN'S BAD 
BOY MARKET 

"Y/here Service is King" 

Good Luck '68 Grads! 

634-3245 



320 Oak Street 



Brentwood, California 




Francine Torrez 

IRENE'S 

Personal Selections of the Latest 

Styles in Sportswear, Skirts, 

Sweaters, and Dresses 

225 Oak Street 634-3755 

Brentwood, California 




Karen Voss 



DELTA GARAGE 

For all your auto needs: 
DODGE - DODGE DART 

Congratulations Class of 69 



Brentwood Pharmacy 

Prescriptions Filled Readily 
Rexall Products 



316 Oak Street 



634-2156 



cfsE Srentwood>4:ws 

East Contra Costa s 
Real Newspaper 

Your Hometown Newspaper Serving Brentwood, 
Byron, Bethel Island, Oakle>, Knightsen. 

William Brewer, Editor and Publisher 

634-3123 625 Third St.. Brentwood 



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Bob Dyer, Jane Boulding 



OUflLliy FOOD SIORfS 



Pat's Truck Stop 

Breakfast, Lunches, 
Dinners 

Open 24 hours 

1210 Hwv 4 Ph. 634-4328 



Diablo Electrics, Inc. 



ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING 
AND SUPPLIES 



729 Wahiut Boulevard 634-3202 

Brentwood, California 




Bart Barton 



Antioch Cvcle 



Suzuki ° BSA ° Ossa 

Corner of East Eighteenth 
and Olive Lane 



Antioch, California 



757-9300 



FAMOUS FASHIONS 



The store with the young taste in fashion in read\-to- 
wear sportswear, lingerie, and shoes 



Second & G Street, Downtown 

Eighteenth & A Street, Antioch Square 

Antioch, California 



Oakley Lions Club 

Congratulations Class of '69 
Meets 2nd and 4th Thursday 



President- 

Willard M. Butler 

Secretary- 

Clvde Hawkins 





Francine Torrez 



EILIE'S BEAUTY SALON 



Ellie Billingsley 
Dot Marchio 
Cindy Sanchez 
Paula Reel 



to serve \ou 



647 I St Street Brentwood 



634-2422 



169 




Pam Collins 



BRENTWOOD FURNITURE 



Complete Home Furnishings 

Living Room Sets- Bed room Sets 

Dinette Sets 



The Fashion Bootery 

"Shoes for the entire family" 

757-0292 

Louis and Judy Gonzales 

205 G Street Antioch, California 



Imported 




Delicacies 



Bar-b-Q Chicken, Pizza 

Spareribs, Sandwiches 

Large variety of sausages and 

Cheeses from manv countries 



Werner Ganz, Owner 
Walter Wavand A 



754-0133 
Antioch, California 




Bill Vengley, Bart Barton, Cyndi Pedersen 



Congratulations Class of '69 
from 



FAIR VIEW CHEVY 



1725- 10th St., Antioch 



757-0211 



Sales Representative- Joe Lima 







Cliff Pierce 








Jack Wolfe 
Hardware 


757-4452 


Mac's Auto Supply 


Antioch 




Paint, Plumbing Supplies 

710 First Street 

Antioch, California 

94.509 


634-3311 


Delta Theatre 


Brentwood 


170 











RUSSO'S MARINA 



Congratulations class of "69 



Joe and Jody Riisso 
Find of Piper Road 



684-2024 
Bethel Island 




NelloGhilarducci, Ron Bovert 

ED'S CHEVRON SERVICE 

Tune-up and Brake Service 
Standard Oil Products 

625-2220 Oakley 




Jeanefte Novarina 

Twila Beauty Salon 

Twila Berry- owner and operator 
Pat V'iera (operator) 

255 Main Street 
625-2424 Oaklev, California 



Riverview Resort 




Overnight Camping 



684-2395 
550 Riverview Dr. Bethel Island, Calif. 



BERG'S JEWELERS 



Gifts, Radios, Appliances 
Diamonds 

625 First Street Brentwood, California 
634-3639 



LION'S DEN 

HAMBURGERS, HOT DOGS, SHAKES 

Owner: Mil Wardroup 



634-8939 



Brentwood, California 



Highwa\ 4 



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FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS: 

HARRY FERTADO REAL ESTATE 

JACK HERNANDEZ 

BILL COX 
HARRY FERTADO 



1456 Highway 4 



634-4113 
Pam Collins 





Debbie Davenport, Cherry! Walker 

CENTRAL VALLEY 
NATIONAL BANK 



Oaklev 



California 



Port Stockton 



Food Distributors Inc. 



We Feature NUGGET Brand 



466-0096 



Stockton, California 



BEN PETERSON 



REAL ESTATE 

INSURANCE 

NOTARY 

761 Second Street 



Brentwood 



California 



A Street Gulf Service 



1610 A Street 

Antioch, 
California 




Clark'sjewelers 

Fine Diamonds 

Hamilton Watches 

Hallmark Cards 

Antioch Square 



1635 A Street 



Antioch, Calif. 



172 



KNIT & STITCH SHOP 

Yarn, Yardage, Notions. 
Simplicity, McCall and Vogue 
Patterns 
Specializing in: 

Custom sewing 
Alterations 
Belts, Button Holes 
634-4521 
240 Oak Street Brentwood, California 



McKell Drug Stores 

Antioch Prescriptions 

Our 3 locations to Serve You 
ANTIOCH 



300 G St. 
757-2112 



1623 A St. 
757-2266 



1890 A St. 
757-5} 80 



CRYSTAL DAIRY 



FOODS 



VAUGHN L. HUMMEL 
Distributor 





s.pc„»c..„u™,ro. 5jy^|viM § BRIDGEHEAD 

THEATRES 



P.O. Box 633 



CMidi Pedersen, Rhonda Salvador 



Antioch, California 



173 




GEORGE & BOB'S 
BARBER SHOP 

31 1 Oak Street 
Brentwood, California 



Abel Chevrolet-Pontiac- 
Buick-Co. 



Sales and Service 



280 North Front Street Rio Vista, Calif. 



Phone 374-6.3 17 



PANTELL'S 

Antioch Music Box 

Complete Auto Stereo Systems 

4 & 8 Recording 

Tapes- Sets- Chrome Accessories 
4th & G Street, Antioch 757-661{ 



Francine Torrt-z, Melanie Gerkin, Shelley While 



JACK BYERS SHELL SERVICE 



Aligning 

Brentwood, California 

Mohawk Tires 




Balancing 
634-4000 



Free Pick-up and Delivery 








Professional Care of Vision 




Al Bellah's Richfield Service 


Dr. Kenneth J. Hanson 




Tires, Lubrication and Accessories 


Optometrist 




634-4600 


707 A Street 




Borden Junction and High\va\ 4, Byron 


Contact Lenses Antioch, California Phone 757-6222 


174 








FERREIRA'S 
MARINE SALES 

Evinrude Boats, Starcraft Boats, Trailers 
Marine Supplies 
Sales and Service 



Antioch, California 
757-1606 625 Third Street 

Rhonda Salvador, Gary Vengley 



Member Locksmith's Association 
BONDED 

Al's Lock And Key 



Keys cut by code and Duplicated 

Safes Opened & Repaired-Combinations Changed 

Locks Sold and Installed 



Phone 

757-7846 



9E. 16th at A St. 
Antioch, California 




COMPLETE CATERING SERVICE 

Banquet and Wedding Center 

Facilities for 1,000 



Ijattaglias 



Lounge, Smoke, Cafe Open Everyday 

Owners: 

Rocco and Josephine Battaglia 

Tony and Lois Cutino 



3500 Delta Fair Blvd. 



Antioch 



757-9500 



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Shellev White 



BRENTWOOD 
MEN'S SHOP 

All Styles in Men's Clothing 
238 Oak Street 634-3012 




Cherrvl Walker 




INSURANCE AGENTS AND BROKERS 

735 Second Street 

634-3571 Brentwood, California 



175 




Raymond Novarina 

Lone Tree 
Nursing Home 



H & R Hospital E(iuipment Rental 
P.O. Box 336 6.34-4256 

Lone Tree & High\va\ 4 Brentwood, Calif. 





DASHNER MOTORS 



Better Quality Used Cars 



739 2nd Street 
Office 6.34-3254 



Brentwood 
Res. 634-4028 



Kaembourne Kennels 
And Pet Shop 



PET SUPPLIES 



Puppies 
Stud Service 
Birds-Fish 



Bathing 

Boarding 

Trimming 



Donna D. Prentice 
Hwv4 Rt. 1 Bo.x 260 .Antioch 



634-2288 




M.Torres "El Chato" 
Super Service Station 

AUTO REPAIRS 

506 Railroad Ave. Brentwood. Calif. 



Bearl And Dave's 
Union & Gulf Stations 

COMPLETE SERVICE 



Gulf: 

Highway 4 

634-4344 



Union: 

205 Oak Street 

634-4090 



Francine Torrez 



PANCHO'S MARKET 

Biggest Little Store In Brentwood 

Open 7:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.nn. 

Open Sundays and Holidays 
We give Blue Chip Stamps 



176 





Award-winning 

Photographer 

426 Seventeenth Street 



Jane Boulding 



Hal Matson 



TE-2-2530 



s 



Oakland 



177 




BANK OF 
AMERICA 

241 Oak Street 

Brentwood, California 
Bill Vengley, Judy Scarfo 




Jack's Texaco 
Service 



We specialize in engine tune up, front wheel align 
ment, balancing and complete automotive brakes 

Highway 12 Rio Vista 

Phone 374-6394 



1310 A Street Antioch 

Phone 757-4343 



Higgins Funeral 
Home 



Lawrence]. Higgins 

Class Of '36 

Congratulates Class of '69 




Francine Torrez 



Stornetta & Freeman 



Point of Timber Road 

and Highway 4 

Brentwood California 

634-2276 




Pam Collins 



ROBERTS 

CHEVY - OLDS 

1 1 42 Highway 4 
634-3942 Brentwood, California 



Congratulations class of '69 



Harry A. Geyser, M.D. 



P.O. Box 426 

218 Chestnut Street 

Brentwood, California 




Carol Armstrong 

Antioch Evergreen Nursery 
And Florist 

Thomas and William Gill, Contractors 

Landscaping, Garden Supplies, Floral Delivery 

757-4568 



EL GALLITO 
DRIVE IN 

GENUINE MEXICAN DISHES 

402 Railroad Ave. Brentwood, Calif. 
Phone 634-4992 




Gary Vengley, Cyndi Pedersen 

MAYER'S JEWELRY 

Dovsrntown 516 Second Street 757-1404 

Two Stores To Serve You 



ABC Shopping Center 
757-8800 



1 856 A Street 
Since 1935 




Walter 
McClelland 



Sand ° Gravel ° Backhoe Work 
3717 Camino Diablo 
Byron, Calif. Phone 634-4530 



179 




Cyndi Pedersen, Judy Scarfo 

GRAMATIS 

Feminine Apparel 
Accessories and Shoes 



Antioch Shopping Center 




An equal opportunity employer 



MA'S CHICK'N 
KITCHEN 

FOOD TO GO 

The Best Coffee In Town 

Phone 684-2800 
Bethel Island, Calif. 



DIABLO VIEW FLORIST 



Flowers Whisper What Words 
Never Say 



FLORIST TRANS WORLD DELIVERY SERVICE 




Mary Lou Abel Martin 
1925 D Street 







T 



1 



OAKLEY BUILDERS 
SUPPLY 

A complete line of 

building material including 

Redi-Mix concrete 

795 Main Street, Oakley 



PLUMBING 



757-4636 
Antioch, California 



^■,-rTf?lCAt^?ED|.> 




W01I5 SUPPLY 

,JC5?S 



£Z3S^ES3 



795 



Sherwin-Williams 



625-2358 



180 




Enea Dairy 
Delivery 



437 "O" Street 
Antioch, California 




BORDEN'S DAIRY FOODS 



Bob Dyer, Cherryl Walker 





Bill Vengley 

Byer's Auto Body Repair 

AWARD WINNING RESTYLING 
CUSTOM PAINTING 



104 Oak Street 



Brentwood, California 




Delta Queen Beauty Salon 

620-622 Second Street 

Antioch, California 

Phone 757-6414 



GREENWOOD 
PHARMACY 

Prescriptions Filled Readily 



757-3311 
West 20th Street Antioch, California 



FARRACE 

realty 

SCHRAMM 



wharf Yacht Sales 

P.O. Box 433 Bethel Island, California 
684-2215 



P.O. Box 715 



Antioch, Calif. 




Stanley B. Williams 
President 



181 



CARAMIHO 

Produce Co. 

CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF '69 




EL 
MATADOR 



HOME COOKED MEXICAN FOOD 
Lunches and Dinners 

The best coffee in town 
Phone 757-9817 



212 "G" Street 



Antioch, CaHf. 



Bales Bait 
And Tackle 




At Junction of Highways 
4 and 160 - Phone 757-3852 



Kay Preston 
625-3502 



Antioch 
California 




BEACON 



Bob Dyer, Debbie Davenport 



SAYINGS AND LOAN 

ASSN. 



X 




47 E. 18th Street 



Antioch, California 




Bob Dyer 



HULSEY'SAAA 
EMERGENCY 
ROAD SERVICE 




Paul Barnes 
Red Carpet Realtors 



Get the '" RED CARPET" treatment 
You deserve the best 



Antioch 
757-2320 

C he rrvl Walker 



Brentwood 
634-3566 



Bethel Island 

684-2223 




Realty, Inc. 



For All Your Real Estate Needs 
757-9200 

45 East 18th Street 

Antioch Square 
Antioch, California 



DELTA CLEANERS 



24 Hour Service 

219 Oak Street Brentwood, Calif. 
634-3831 



STOCK PHARMACY 



Prescriptions Filled 



1518 "A" Street Antioch, Calif. 
757-5355 



Dr. Seymour Berek 






Optometrists 




Phone 




1862 "A" St 


757-5560 




Antioch, Calif 



Bob Dyer, Debbie Davenport 

BRENTWOOD MOTORS 

Falcon, Thunderbird, Ford, Fairlane 

Anything from Broncos to Cars 

1245 Highway 4, Brentwood, Calif. -634-3923 



183 




HAPS 
FRESH 
BAIT SHOP 


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1^1^ 


John Tremerali 
84 Main Street 


Rio Vista, Calif. 


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Debbie Graves 



DAL PORTO BROS. 
PARTS AND SERVICE 



625-2205 




Oakley 



Open 
TilQP.M. 

on 
Wed. and 
Fri. Nites 



ffMwAd^ Zhf^A^ 



"Quality Shoes for the Entire 
Family" 



LINEN SUPPLY 




1657 "A" Street 

ANTIOCH SQUARE 

Antioch 757-7075 California 



Martha Townsend, Rita McBride 

CONTRA COSTA 
LINEN SUPPLY 



Congratulations Class of '69 



757-3360 



1409 4th Street 



Antioch, California 




Shellev White 



J. W. COPELAND 
YARDS 

William " Bill" Plott 
433 Dainty Ave. 

\mkm. IMwva, Prirt mk hMm MUtarMt 

taty Po/nimf P/ons Availabit 






Students of the month for 1968-69- Top Row: Mar\ Jo Armstrong, Sep- 
tember; Stan Jones, Februar\; Carol Jensen, Noiember. Bottom Row: 



JeanetU \o\arina, December; Mike Chan, March; Jane Boulding, 
Januarx. The students are selected from facultv nominations. 



Rotary Club Honors Students Monthly 



Each month a student was selected as "Stu- 
dent of the Month". Selections were based on 
citizenship, leadership, scholarship and being 
an all-around good student. Teachers sent 
names of possible candidates to Principal Lou 
Bronzan who then made the final selection. 



The "Student of the Month" award was spon- 
sored by the Brentwood Rotary Club. Honorees 
were invited to a club luncheon where the\ were 
introduced and a resumee about them read. In 
this wa\, the club tried to make the community 
aware of the outstanding students of Libert) . 



185 



MEMORIAL 




JUDGE TED OHMSTEDE 



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Bank Of America Honors Top Seniors 



Ind 



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Abbott. Critt; 122 

Abreu. Doreen: 62.81.83.122 

Aoevedn. Tina. 122 

Ackermaii. Alta; 36 

ACTIVITIKS; 38-.>3 

Adam'.. T.-rn, 9.5.122 

\I)\IIMSIHAT10\. U 

\(.HI(:i III UK. 26 

ADS. lili-lM 

Aguilar. C>(>re;e; 1.32 

Aguirre-. CharU-s; 65.78.102.1.37 

AirinRtoii. I>«anda. 122 

Altcs. Brfnda, 122 

Alvarado. Christine; 132 

Alvarez. Bob. 1-32 

Alves. Bemnet. 60.62.66.70.79.81. 

82.1.37.147.193 
Alves. Larrv. 26.61.67.72.83.132 
Alves. Jami-s; 19.62.130 
Amador. Blanche; 122 
Amador. Gloria Angela; 137 



Amador. Rojelio. 28.132 

Amtirc.vni... \li(li..i-l 95.122 

AMI UK W I II 1,1) SI R\ICK.70 

AiidcrvMi Mark 7S SS^i().l37 

Aiidradc. Maiiiul, 57, (>2. 63.82.127 

Annand.Tcmi. 72.95.122 

Aninda. Kelipe; 127 

Amnda.Juan. 132 

Aranda. Richard. 122 

Arala. Jack. 62, 1,37 

An-.idv Chris. 122 

Anv.Juha. 15 

Anh. Richard. 28.67 

Annstrt)ng. Carol; 66.68.69.79.80. 

1.37.160.166.137.179 
Armslning. Marv Jo. 46..57..58.59.60. 

66.79.80.82.1.37.1.59.185 
ART. 27 

ATHLETICS. 84-119 
Auld.Shamn. 79.80.82.1.37 
Austin. Roger; 62.65.66.82.1.36.1.37 
Austin. Tena; 60.65.82.112.1.32.158 
AUT()CIX'B;67 
Al'T()SHOP;28 
Avila. .Sam. 122 
Avi'rs. Johnnie; 72.137 
Avers. Richard; 70.127 
Azevedo. Leslie; 58.137 
Azevedo. Manuel; 37 
Azevedo. Tina; 81 



B 



Bank of America award winners with two of tfie administrators partly 
responsible for their winning. Top Row: Principal Lou Bronzan, Mary 
Villa, John Halsey, Carol Jensen, Barbara Monroe, Superintendent 
Wa\ne Boulding, Bottom Row: Tina Buccaletto, Penny Turner, Dennis 
Reese, Janice Butler, Carolyn Myers. 



BaRoell.Jim. 132 

Bailev. Robert. 1-32 

Baker, fireg. -33.46.71.78.89.90. 137 

Baker. Sue; 127 

Baker. Steve, 127 

Baldocchi, Dan 127 

Baldwin. Stephanie Jan; 43.49.39, 

61.58,83,138 
Baniloni Diana I iz 
BAND BOOSTbKS: 64-65 
Bareia. Josie. 132 
Barela. l.arr» 127 
Barkelev Jackie. 62.66.80 
Barklev.Joleiie. 127 
BARN DANCK 47 
Barnes. Marv Jane 20.21 
Barnetl. Diana 81.127 
Barnett. Robert, 122 
Barrera. Pete. 78.92.114.132 
Barrios, Mick. 78.138 
Barrios. Richanl. 89.132 
Barron. Larrv. 72.95. 108, 122 
Bartee. Briicv. 127 
Barton. Kathv; 69.83.122 
Barton. Bart. 83.138.1 61. 164. 165.16! 

170 
Bascom. Oliver; 20..56 
Batesel. Altha; .35.76.81 
Batesel, Uhurl; 37 
Batze, vyilliam: 16.24,64 65 
Beai. John; 7899.118.1:7 
Beaslcv.Melvin; 127 
Beaslev.Sharlee; 61 .80.1.32 
Beaver. Robert. 138 



Beer 



. Klo 



132 



Bellah. Sharon; 68.81.83.127 



Bellnim. Olivia. 122 

Bellram. Bill; 127 

Bellram. Ken. 132 

Bendia. Kd»ard. 122 

Bennett. Rob.n 34.118.132 

Bennet. William. 132 

Benial. Christine; 122 

Brmal. David. 127 

Berrv, Sheila. 64.81.82.127 

Benimen. Barbara. 132 

B<-nimen Mars.Lj.HI 

Berumen. Susie. 31.122 

Besv DelMira. 4.3..58.83.I I I.I 13.1-32 

3illingslev.Carv.78.83.92.»l.ll8.I27 

BiUingslev. Paulette. 17.44.57.73.83. 

IIO.Ill. 112.138 
Bishop, kathv: 132 
Bluebaiigh.One. 9.5.122 
B(MRDOKTRLSTKKS. 12 
Boltzen. Thomas Henrv . 67.72 
Bon. Steve. 85 
Bondoc. Klisha; 122 
Bonham. Lovd; 122 
Bmiilla. Kidel. 132 
Brainickvin. Barbara. 36.69 
Boothe. Uo. 61.127 
Borbon.Kmie. 92.11.5.127 
Borbon. Laura. 57.68.71. 79.80.8:3. 

138 
Borravo. l.cticia. 61.62.64.66.68. 

81.M.138.I4I.I9:5 
Borra\<i. Lodv. 69.81.122 
B<irra\o, Sergio 92.127 
Boseck, Linda 81,82 138 
Boulding. Jane Mane; 13.17.45.56. 

'59.6 1, 70. 76.77.79.80,82. 138 

1-39.141. 162. 168.177. 185 
Bouldiim. Mr Wavne, 13 
Bovcrt. Ron. 138 171 
Bovvers. Robert. \2; 
Binvling. Alma. -35 




187 



Armstrong And Jones Represent School 



Index 



BOYS' BLOCK 'L'. 78 

BOYS PHYSICAL EDUCATION; 33 

Brah.-ru. Svlvia. 56.58.69,62.70.127 

Bniiizan. Mr Lou, 14.17 

Bn.nzan, Steve; 88,114.127 

Bnmzan. Susan; 5S..59.62,79,81,1 1 1. 

113.138 
BniDkv Oeatij, 122 
Bnioks. Donald, 117.132 
Bnioks,Jan;8l 
Hniussard Denise; 122 
Broussard, Glenn; 1?7 
BnK-M. Kvelvne, 127 
Bnmn,J(H-; 127 
Bnmn, Ken; 97,1 17,127 
Bn)wn, Kenneth; 138 
Bmwn. Ron; 127 
Bnicf. Robert. 127 
Bmce, Susan. 122 
Br\anl, Paula; 122 
BucCT-llalo, Tina;21..5S 
Buckinnliam, Jeff; 62,82,92.127 
Buckingham. Theresa; 127 
Bunn. Bill; .58.62,127 
Bunn. Mike; 122 
Burcham, Kenneth; 122 
Burke, James; 122 
Burns. Dan; 138 
Burns. Dave; 11.5,127 
Burroughs, Marv, 69,81,83,122 
Burroughs, Ward; 72,78,98,99,102.132 
Bl SINKSS;30 
HI SINi;SSCLUB;71 
Buslos, Kuben; 127 
Buslns, Yolanda; 122 
Butler, Janicf; ■35,47,.58,59,76,77.79. 

83.111,113.139 
Butler. Sharon; 127 
Bwr.Lvnn; 70.132 
Bvrd. Kathv; 49,79,80 
Bvrd, Laurence; 72,9.5.122 
BvTon. Larrv; 9.5,122 



Cadabona, Janet; 58,62,70,132 
Cadabona, Linda; 62,66,70.79,80.82, 

1.39 
CAFKTKRIA;.35 
Cagle, Steven. 99.1 15,122 
Cagle. Tom; 122 

CaCebread, Cathy; 68.83, 1 1 1 , 1 27 
Caldweel, Steve; 66,136,139 
CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP 
FEDERATION; 58-59 
Capozzo. Steve. 88.132 
Cardiff, Rod; 99,1 15,127 
Cardiff, Skip; 56,139,161, 1&3,165,173 
Cardos<i, Dannv; 122 
Carlisle, Jeannie; 57,81,83,1 12.127 
Carmona. Evialio, 40,95,108,115 
Carmona. Cloria; 127 
Carpenter, Marv Ellen; 31 
Casey, Billie; 36 
Casev, Johnny; 72,78.99, 107, 1 1 8, 1 28, 

i30 
Casey, Karen; 62,69,81,83,122 
Casiano, Bertha; 132 
Cass. Leslie; 69,132 
Castello, Denise; 65.68,71.79,30,139 
Castello, John; 83,122 
Castoro, Toni; 79,139 
Castro, Anita; 132 
Castro, Deborah. 122 
Castro. Elizabeth; 122 
Castro, Marv; 128 
Castro, Regina, 62,68,69,70,71,81, 

82,132 
Castro, Ronald Lee; 139 
Caves, Mark; 76,77,102,132 
Cecchini, Larry; 122 
Ceja, Francisco; 122 
Celoni, Dan; 95,115 
Cero. Robert; 128 
Celoni. Dan; 122 
Cervanlez. Reynaldo; 92.132 
Cervantez, Richard; 128 
Cervanlez, Ron; 78,91,128 
Chan, James; 59,128 
Chan, Michael L; 98,99,139,185 
Chan. Wayne; 128 
Chapman, Denise; 57.61.66,70,82,139, 

148 
Chastek. Louise; 58,59,76,77,81.83. 

132 133 
Chalo.Cal; 95,108,1 15.122 
Chavez. Amelt^; 122 
Chavez. Celia; 128 
Chavez. Hector; 128 
Chavez, Leticia; 128 
Chavez, Robert; 78.88.114.140,141 
Chea. Wavne; 132 



Child. Harold; 20 

Chism. Brad; 92.1 15.128 

CHORUS; 76-77 

CHRISTMAS CAPERS; 46 

Church. Victor; 122 

Cinouini. Ricci; 122 

Cbrk. Barbara; 35.36 

Clark. David; 78.140 

Clark, Karen; 128 

Clark. Ken; 65.70.75.1 18.132 

Clark. Ken. 64.1^8.192.193 

Clark, Lena. 128 

CUrk. Susan. .34.56.58,59,62,62, 

81,128 
Clark. William; 132 
CLASSES, 120-155 
CUyburn, Bruce, 72,92,128 
Clayburn, Mr Gerald; 14 
Claywell, Pat;24,lll 
CLEF CLUB, 76.77 
Cfemenl, Marilvn; 69.1.32 
Clifton. Jay; 132 
Cloonan. Tawnya; 122 
CLUBS, 54-8.3 
Cobb. Richard; 122 
Coffman. Brian; 72.101.128 
Colbert, Gary; 78,88,133 
Collins, David; 67,140 
Collins, Marv; 128 
Collins, Pam; 79,81.83,1.3.3.161,170, 

172,178 
Collins, Sallie; 76,1.33 
Combs, Kathv; 76,81,83,122 
Condon, Bob; 78,128 
Condon, Bill; 89,92.140 
Conlev. Debbie; 122 
Conlev.Jeff; 128 
Cook. Georgia; 20 
Cook. Joyce. 56.133 
Cooper. James; 122 
Cordua. Ken; 140 
Corgiat. Dennis; 30.60.61.62,66,70, 

78,82,83,102,104,140,147 
Cornelius, Charia, 112,140 
Cornelius, Kim; .S3..34.66.77,76.1 14 
Costa. Laura; 62.80.122 
Costello. Pat, 140 
COUNSELORS; 15 
Cox. Mary; 43.57.65,66.71,79, 

80,82,140,155 
Cozby, Dale; 28,99 
Craig, Gloria; 122 
Crandcll, Ricky; 177,122 
Crawford, Gerald; 22 
Crosman, Lex; 122 
Crosinan, Wyende; 133 
'CROSS COUNTRY; 96-97 
Crotis, Alex, .34,76.77.140 
|Crowei1, Mike; 117,128 
Crumb, Steve; 122 
Cniz, Cecilia; 133 
Cruz, Ray; 63,72,78,140 
CRYSTAL WALL; 56 
CSF CARNIVAL; 48-49 
Cueva, Jenny; 62,140 
Culpepper, Linda; 133 
Cunha, Gary. 30,60.97.1 17.128 
Cunha, George, 133 
CURRICULUM, 10-37 
Currier, Marilvn, 31,62,80,83,122 



D 



Dacus, Patricia; .32 

Dallas, Sandy; 123 

Da Rosa, Angelina; 122 

Darvell. Kevin; 123 

DATE PAGES; 50-53 

Dausy, Debra; 133 

Dausy,Valri; 80.123 

Davenport, Deborah; 62.68,70.81, 

128.162,172,182,183,193 
Davis, Neecr. 128 
Davis. Karen. 77.133 
Davis. Nita. 128 
Davis. Pat. 77 

Davis, Ross; 62.66.78.82.88.140 
Davis. Teha; 128 
Davis. William; 123 
Dawson. Annette; 70.76,80,133 
Dawson. Ardie; 60.61,70.81.83,128 
Dawson. Greg. 117.128 
Dawson. Keith; 33 
DeAzevedo. Donna, 81 
De Luna; Elodia Morales; 62,140,152 
De Luna, Gloria; 133 
De Luna; Mike; 97.128 
De Luna. Victor; 78.141 
DeMartini, Barry; 65.78,102,141 
DeMartini, Dewey, 12 
DeM artini, J ud y; 35,62,69,80,83. 1 23 
DeMartini. Ken; 62.133 
DcParsia. Frank, 21.95 
DeShazer, Moyne; 68,141 
DeVall, Pat; 23,62,70,79,80,133 



DeVore. Sam; 141 

Dearman. Shirley; 133 

Deien.Geraldine; 81.128 

Dejcsus, Colleen; 62,70,81,83,128 

Dclgado, Frank; 133 

Dell Immagine, Jody; 58,59,62,70,81,8; 

128 
Delia Maggiore, Paul; 23,97 
Diaz, Alfredo; 141 
Di Puma, Mike; 128 
Diehl. Virginia; 20 
Diffey, Lewis, 72,128 
Diffev, Sharon; 81,123 
Ditmars, Ken; 72,1,33 
Dolan, Candy, 128 
Domingo. Kay; .36 
Dooley, Richard; 128 
Dorog. Laura; 141 
Dong. Linda. 141 
Dorog. Marcos; 89.117,128 
Douglas, Marilvn; 141 
Drake, June; .36 
DRIVERS EDUCATION; 29 
Duke, Nancy; 57,68.79.80.141 
Duran. Gloria; 79,81.1.3.3 
Dutra, Natalie, 36 
Dwelley, Kenneth; 12 
Dwelley, Mark; 62,72.88,106,107,128 
Dyer. Robert, 64,123. 168.181.182. 183, 



193 



E 



Eiehar, Susan; 61,80,133 
Elkins, Mandv; 142 
Elliott, Dorrie; 133 
Elliott, Gino; 128 
Ellis, Adrienne; 123 
Ellis, Gary; 115,128 
Ellis. Jerry. 60.99.115.128 
England. Jack, 118 



ENGLISH; 20-21 

Enos, Larry John. 78.88.90.114.142 

Erickson. Harley; 141 

Erskine. Alma. 81.123 

Erskine. Chris. 92.128 

Erskine. Linda; 83.128 

Evans. Mike. 11.5.123 

Evans, Russell. 1.^3 

Evenson. Karev; 69.81.83.12.3 



FACULTY: 16-17 

Fairley, Clyde; 34,60,61,66,77, 

142 
Fairley, Penny; 128 
Faletti, Emmeni; 142 
Farias. Carlos; 97.133 
Felix. Carol. 128 
Fehx. Richard; 1:« 
Felo.Guillermina; 123 
Ferguson. Glenda. 133 
Fernandez, Carolyn; 142 
Fernandez, Selso; 72.123 
Ferrill. lack; 17.38.89- 
Ferrill. Sean; 78.92.118.128 
Fink. Katrina; 123 ' 
Fk'tt. Genurive, 20,61 
Fkires, Rachel. 123 
Fluty. Glen; 142 
Foley. John; 142 
FOREIGN LANGUAGE; 19 
Forlow. Kenneth; 27 
Fortner. Rick; 33,41,60,88,102,103 

105. US 
Fortner. Sue; 30 
Foumier, Celia. 123 
Foust. Cindy; 81.82.128 
Foust, Gary; 72.95.117.123 
Foust. Steve; 26.72.78.83,89,1 14 

142 



Representing l.iberty at the annual Girl-Boys' State are Mary Jo Arm- 
strong and Stan Jones. Both were selected by vote of the faculty as- 
sisted by Vice-principal Gerald Clayburn. They traveled to summer 
meetings in August; Mary Jo to the University of California at Davis 
while Stan went to the Cal Expo grounds in Sacramento. 




1«8 



Franct). Bias; 92,107.128 

Franklin. Cail; 80.123 

Franklin, Cary; 67.131 

Frary. Robert. 21 

Frazier. Larry. 123 

Fppeman. Jan; 128 

Freeman. Virgil; 88.133 

Frcitas. Kathv. 72.73.79.83.1 11.1 13. 

M3 
Fn-il;ivWilli,,ni, 26.72.143 
KMI NCII (1,1 H HI 
Mil SUM \N insKKTBAl.l.. 108-109 
KHKSIIMAN (.l.ASS. 122-126 
FRKSIIMAN 1 OOTBAl.l.. 94-95 
Frvy. Nancy. 61.133 
Friday. Russell; 74.75.133 
Fn)st. Sharon, 82.133 
Frusl.Carv. 72.128 
Fmsl. Lovd; 72.123 
FITURKFARMFRSOFAMKRICA. 

72-73 
FL'TURF HOMKMAKFRSOF 
AMERICA: 68 



Caddis. Kenneth; 78.88.143 

Caddis. Mike; 97.133 

Gaines. Mike; 133 

Calaraa.Debra; 80.83.133 

Galvan. Arthur; 133 

Cambel; Mike; 95.108.123 

Camino. Chuck; 133 

Camino.Carv; 128 

Garcia. Angelo; 128 

Garcia. Dan; 92.133 

Garcia. Delia; 123 

Garcia. Elias; 133 

Garcia. Irene; 69,143 

Garcia. J uanita; 143 

Garcia. J uanita, 128 

Garcia. Jane; 123 

Garcia. Mike; 95.123 

Garcia. Rose; 128 

Garcia. Ruben, 143 

Garcia. Tony. 128 

Garner. Brenda; 76.77,79.81.83,133 

Garner. Linda; 79.133 

Garner. Pauline; 37 

Gasca. Salvador; 108,123 

Gerkin. Melanie; 62,64.65.82.83.238, 

160.165.174.193 
Ghilarducci. Linda; 62,68.69.70,71,80, 

83,129,171 
Ghilarducci, Nello; 62,65,78,82,89.143 
Ghiozzi, Tony; 61,82,123 



Giannini,jcanetle; 44,61,68.79.143 

Giles, i.lovd; 37 

Gill Drhhic 129 

Cill sl„.,,s SI 123 

(.nils \lllll lie ASSOCIATION; 80-81 

(.lUI.S Hl.OCk ■L'.79 

GIRLS' I'llVSlCAL EDUCATION; .32 

Ckiason. Paul; 143 

Gfcnn.Jeannie. 31 

(;l.-nri.. Robert. 23,92,114 

Cumry Man.-, ."i9.62, 68,81 ,83,123 

(;ome/, Ann, 123 

Gomez, Carmen, 81,128 

Gomez, Jose, 89,143 

Gonzales. Arthur, 27 

Goodlier, Bill; 143 

Goodner, Elmer; 1.33 

Goodncr, Ronnie; 129 

Goodrich, Jim, 129 

Graham, Debbie; 80,123 

Graham, Lita; 49,60,62,83 

Graham, Lita; 66,71,79,80,143 

Graham,. Rita; 81,129 

Granado. Maria; 81 

Grandcll,Rick; 95 

eraser, Gregory; 123 

Graser, Mike; 92,129 

Grasier, Steve. 72 

Graves. Betty; 35 

Graves. Deborah; 81.129.184 

Craves Pam; .57.61.81.83.123.126 

Greeley. John; 133 

Greenleaf, Delmar; 22.78.82.83.99.118. 

143 
Gregory, Terry; 72,78,99,129 
Griffith, Evelyn; I9,70_ 
Gromm, Dortnv Ann; 32 
Guffey, Gloria; 143 
Cuilliams, Tim, 99,129 



H 



Habig, Sandra, 123 

Hackett, Richard; 20,56 

Hagerty, Anita; 133 

Hall, Craig; 144 

Hall, Linda; 123 

Hall, Timothy; 1.33 

HaTsev, John; ,58,59,144 

Halsev, Kenneth;, 58.59.60. 129 

Hampton. Debbie. 70.133 

Hampton. Debra; 76.129 

Hampton. |ana. 133 

Hampton. Linda Susan. 76.66.80.83.144 

Hanberg. Fran; 81.133 

Hanberg. Tim; 95,124 

Hanna, Red;36 







Hanner, Bonnie, 30,69,81.83,128.129 
Hannum. Nyla. 46,.57..58.60.79.SO, 

82.144 
Hanson. Bob; 72.1 15.129 
Hanson. Mary. 124 
Hardin, Debbie. 81 .123 
llardt, Gerald. 24.29.67 
llarririKl.in. Phillis. 1.33 
Harris. Debra. 69.81.133 
Harris, Kathv. 81.129 
Hams, Ken. 28 
Harris. I.lovd. 129 
Hart. Teresa. 123 
Hauan. Alan. 123 
Hawkins. Bruce. 72.129 
Hawkins. Raymond. 115.123 
Heinl. Michael. 124 
Henderson. Dennis. 19.43.62.6,5.78,82. 

88.91.102.104.144 
Henderson. Judy. 68.69.81.83.128.129 
Hendricks. Ann. 129 
Henry. Theresa. 1.32 
Hernandez. Elias; 22 
Hernandez. John; 118,129.130 
Hernandez. Marie; 124 
n. Cathy; 129 



He 



124 



Hevwood. Greg. 62.67,144 
Hevwoixl. Mary; 26.68.70.71.81.83, 

111.129 
Hill. Charles. 134 
Hillman. Rhonda. 69.134 
Hillman. Ron; 72.129 
Hisatomi. Nancy; 36 
Hobbs, Betty; 144 
Hobbs, Harry; 12 
Hogan, Janet; 124 
Holden. Kathv; 80,134 
Holland, Lois; 124 
Holmes, Allen, 134 
Holmes. Ellen; 134 
HOMECOMING, 42-45 
HOME ECONOMICS; 31 
Honegger, Art, 12 
Honegger, Jim; 62,72,82,88,102,105 

129 
Hood, Marsha, 144 
Hopkins, Carol, 59,62,70,81,129 
Hopper, Ken; 124 
Hopper, Linda; 129 
Hoyle, Darrell, 19,62,76,99,129,130 
Huchabv, Jim; 124 
Huggins, Debbie; 124 
Hughes, Pat 65,82,144 
Humphreys. Donald. 124 
Hustedt. Jerry; 66.124 



Irvin. Gladys; .36 



J 



Jackson. Audra; 143 
Jackson. Dianne; 81.83.129 
Jacobs. Anna; 62.70.81,83.129 
Jaiiis, Elaine. 144 
Jay, Dale, 29,107,129 
Jemeniz, Olga, 144 
Jenkins, Jospeh, 134 
Jenkins, LeDon; 34,78,97,144 
Jensen, Carol; 58,59,60,66,79,80, 

82 
Jewett, Kristine; 62,70,129 
Jewett, Steven; 67,118,144 
Jiminez, Arturo; 62,64,65,82,134 
Jimenez, Alicia; 124 
Johnson, Alan; 134 
Johnson, Chuck; 124 
Johnson, Eddie; 117,134 
Johnson, Kathy; 124 
Johnson, Mildred; 36 
Jones, Allan; 16,75 
Jones, Danny; 95,124,126 
Jones, Elaine; 81,83 
Jones, Frances; 124 
Jones, Rhonda; 124 
Jones, Ruby; .35 
Jones, Sherry; 68,81,83,134 
Jones. Stan, 40,46,57,59,75,76, 

77,82,141,144,150,185 
JUNIOR CLASS 132-136 
J V BASEBALL, 115 
J V BASKETBALL, 106-107 
J V CHEERLEADERS 111 
J V FOOTBALL; 92-93 
J V TRACK; 117 



K 



Kahrs, Patty; 134 

Kalb, Gary; 181 

Kanagaki, Kathie; 19,49,58,59,62,70. 

81,83 
Kaplan, Aaron; 61 ,78,99, 1 1 8, 1 19 
Kaplan, Lisa; 61,66,69,134 
Kasiner. Donna; 71,145 
Kastello, Marsha; 134 
Kellev, Kathv, 124 
Kellev, Mike; 65,78,88.145 
Kellev, Rick, 145 



Kendall, Alvin, 72.145 
Kendall, Ross, 72,131 
Kersey, John, 76,92,134 
Killingssvorth, Bill, 95,124 
Killingssvorth, Martha, 66 
Kirby, David, 15 
Kissinger, William, 67,145 
Knight, Chris; 23.43.78,82.91,87. 

88.89.114.145 
Knight. Merle. 33.78.89.1 14.1.34 
Knight. Steve, 89.91.95.134 
Knight. Steve. 75.102.124.126 
Kniehl. Tim. 95.108.124 
Kolb.Carv. 124 
KorsgaarJ. Keith. 65.74.145 
Krumland.Gayl. 31.68 
Krumland.Rov.. 30,71 



Lafarga, Cruz, 145 

Lago, Debbie; 81,83,124 

Lago, Patsy; 68,69,81,83 

Lange, Cvnthia, 124 

Largent, Sandy, 31,76 

Latimer, Bill, 66,145 

Latimer, Linda, 124 

LATIN CLUB; 60 

Law, Dennis; 134 

Lazoya, Louie, 92 

Lee, Ed; 146 

Lee, Jackie; 70,81 

Lemon, Barbara; 68.69.76,146 

Lewis,GaryE. 26.72 

Lewis. Jim. 62.134 

Lewis. Lane; 26.49..57.59.60.66. 

82.146 
Leyyis. Richard; 72.124 
Lewis, Sharon; 124 
LIBERTY BELL; 65 
LIBRARY. 18 
Lindsay. Robyn. 56.146 
Linn. Kay; 5S..59.62. 70.81 .83 
Lkfwellvn. Manam; 124 
Logan. Ben. 124 
Lopez. Dana. 19.62.81.130 
Lopez. Dolores; 146 
Lopez. Larry; 72.124 
Lopez. Lucy; 146 
Lopez. Robert. 146 
Lopez. Yolanda. 65.80.82.134 
Lord. John. 125 
Lord. Larry; 134 
Lorenzetti.' Dina. 62.68.81.83 
Lorenzelti. Larry. 146 
Lowrie. Randy; 7'8.83.88.90.146 
Lozoya. Louie; 134 
Lucio. Leonard; 15 
Lucchesi. Mark; 95.1 15,125 
Lucchesi, Steve; 21,78,146 
Luna, Arthur; 125 
Luna, Carlos. 125 
Lvde. David. 67.146 



M 



Machado. Cathv Marie; 57.62.63.66.79.80, 

146 
Machado. Tons; 95.125 
Maggiore. Cindy. 61.69.70.71.81.83 
MAJORETTES: 112 
Malicoat. Patricia. 125 
Mallett.TamaraMichele. 49.66.80.112.146 
Mapes. Judy; .30.58.79.80.146 
Mapes. Vickie. 65.134 
Marks. Julie: 56.58.59.62.70 
Marquez. Anthony; 89.90 
Marquez. Roberto; 134 
Mart. Marti; 134 
Martin. Al; 72.88.102.134 
Martin. Darcv. 108.125 
Martin. Mike; 134 
Martin. Sandi; :30.I46 
Martinez. Aurora; 134 
Martinez. David; 125 
Martinez. Elaine; 125 
Marinez. Florinda; 147 
Martinez. Frank; 134 
Martinez. Joe. 134 
Martinez. Mike. 147 
Martinez. Susan; 134 
Martinez. Susan. 56.125 
Masadas. Richard; 147 
Massoni. .\nthonv. 72 
Massoni. Debbie; 59.62.70.81.83 
Massoni. George; 31.62.66.81.83.125 
Massoni. Karin. 57.62.66.79.80.82. 

111.147 
Massoni. Kathleen. 134 
MATHEMATICS; 22 
Mathews, Kenny, 95,125 
Mattos.Glorian: 124 
McAteer. Gail; 134 
McBride. Rita; 65.66.134.1W 
McBroom. Chervl; 134 
McBroom. Rick;' 130 
McClelland. Brenda. 70.80.83.134 
McCrarv. Donna. 130 
McCoy. Don. 28.134 
McDaniels, Bill. 97.1 14.13. 
McDowell. Darlene; 61.62.65.69.82.134 
McKinney. Barbara. 30.60.147 
McLain. Denny; 106.107.130 



189 



Ind 



ex 



Vlcl.end..ii. l.vrinetle. 81.83.125.126 

MKCHASICAL DRAWING. 27 

Vli-dina. Tonv; 114.12.5 

Medina. Yvonne 130 

Mend<>/.a. David; 92 

Mendoza. Lupe. 130 

Mendoza. Carmen; 125 

Mendoza. Rosemarv; 147 

Mendoza, Yolanda. 134 

Meredilh. Robin. 130 

Merrill. Cheri. 12.5 

MKTAl. SHOP 28 

Mever. Belt>; 147 

Meddlelon. Thea. 69.79.147 

Miguel. Barbara. 68.71. 83, l^M 

MiKuel. Krank. 72.13. 

MiRuel, Michael; 72.1-30 

Miller, Knc, 67.134 

Miller, Jerrv. 33.89,102 

Miller. Karen. 125 

Mux. Barbara. 76.82.134 

M«, Curtis. 12.5 

Modrall. Krnell, 36 

M.. flail. I. io<lsa% 61.80,125 

M.iIkI.I Dims. 147 

MofleU, l.avon, 1:30 

Mottricjuez, Fernando. 95.12,5 

Monrw, Alan: 125 

Monroe. Barbara. 35.43.48.57.58.59. 

76.79.112.148 
Monroe. Nela; 59.125 
M<K)re. Anita; 81.134 
Moore. C:arol; 40.64.76.77.70.83. 

193 
M.K)re.Terrv; 92.93,130 
Mixire. Trao, 92.1 15.1-30 
Morales. Charles 125 
Morales. CMem. 125 
Moreno. Lupe. 95.125 
Morgan. Deuel. 2.3.49.58.-59 
Morgan. Julie, 62,125 
Morgan. Kalhi, 69,148 
M.iri, l.vnnda, -57.62.68.79.81.83. 

12-5.126 
Morrison. Bilinda; 30.-58.6S.69.79.80. 

148 
Morrison. Debbie; 61.69.81.1-30 
Morse. Pam; 69.81.83.125 
Mosher.Jim. 148 
Moss. Darrell 148 
Mountain. James. 130 
Mulr(M)nev. Kathleen. 35.125 
Mulr(M)nev.Marv. 83.1-34 
Mulroonev, Tom; 148 
Mune, \anci Lvnn; 57.61.66.79.80.145 

148 
Munoz. Maria; 125 
Munoz. .\auies; 117.1:30 
Murdock.Joe; 1-34 
Murphv. Mike; 9.5.1 15.125 



Mur 



Lo 



ML SIC; 34 

Midland. Brent 134 

Mvers. Carolvn. 44..59.61. 68.73.79. 

88.110.111.112.147.148 
Mvers. Doug; 83.125 
Mvers. John. 130 
Mvers. Ron; 78.114.148 



N 



Vishimura. Sam. 62,70,78.134 

\oble, Mr \en»)n; 14 

.Vogueda, Raul, 149 

Norman, John; 9.5,125 

Norhs. Myrna, 125 

Novarina, Jeanelte, -57,60,64.1-33.134. 

163.171.185,193 
Novarina, Lucille; 130 
Novarina, Ravmond; 125,163,176 
Nunn, Arlon. 125 
Nunn. Dale. 149 

NunnalK, Clifford. 62.97.1 17.130 
NuiinalK. Dale, 82,108.125 
NLRSKSCLLB. 69 
Nail. Lorn; 70.125 
Nail. Menv, &5.7;.76.82 
Najera, Cvtbia, 125 
Nadao, Ann, .58.-59.62.6-3,70 
Napols. Brad, 149 
Navarretle, Cloria, 149 
Navarrelle, Joe. 134 
Navarretle. Johnnv. 134 
Navarro. Sal; 36.130.1 15 
Neal. Wanda. 125 
Nelson. Lori; 125 
Nelson. Sally; 134 
Newsom. Dan. 1-34 
Nicholas. Jim; 130 
Nieto. Rosemarie; 1-34 
Nieto.Val; 72.130 
Nieto. Xavier. 125 
Nishimura. Ida; .56..58..59.62.70 



Ochoa. Carmen 81.13. 

Odiand. DarrelWavne; 174 

Odom.Joe. 149 

Odom, Richard. 92,130 

Olvera, Kduard, 95, 108.117.125.162 

Olveda. Krank. 134 

On.zco, Ben 130 



On 



, Ben 



,92 



Omzc), C;ilbert, 149 
On.zco. Liz; 81.83 
Orta.Emerila. 81.125 
Ortez. Irma; 130 
Ortez. Phillip, 108,125 
Ortez, Robert, 149 
Oa'guera, Bertha, 149 
Oseguera. Mary. 130 
Oseguera. Ysidro. 175 



Pachcco. Angela. 68.71.81.83.1.30 

Page. Barbara 134 

Page. Larrv; 125 

Page, Mary Anne; 149 

Page, Susan; 125 

Palanei, Niki; .3.5«.76.83.|.J4 

Parker. Paul. «:7. 1.10 

Parks. Ronald, 149 

Parsons, Andv. 130 

Parsons, Donna; 47,149 

Parsons. Sieve. 78.88.91.149 

Parsons. Thelma. 130 

Pascoe. Kvelvn; .35 

Pastor. Felix; 95.114.125 

Pastrana. F;dwin; 130 

Patterson, Rockv; 72.13; 

Paxne. Frank. 30 

Pearce. Patricia, 32 

Pease, Steve; 130 

Pedersi-n. C:sn(li, 62,64.81.82,1 30,158. 

17(1.173.179,193 
Pedersen. Deanna. 149 
Pedersen. Flovd. 12 
Pedersen. Mark. 117.130 
Pedersen. Maria, 130 
Pedroza, Louis, 125 
PFPCLLB, 82-83 
Pereira, (;arv, 134 
Pereira,Stan; 26,134 
Perez. Alice; 134 
Perez. Edward; 95.125 
Perez. Joe; 78 
Perez, John; 78.92.134 
Perreira. Christine; 130 
Perreira. Steven; 130 
Peters. William. 27 
Phelps. Ed; 130 
Phillips. Deborah; 76.134 
Phillips. Donna; 60.62,70,83,112,128, 

130 
Phillips. Frankhn; 23 
Phillips. Glenn; 125 
Phillips. Karin; 80.125 
Phillips. Margaret; 35 
Phillips. Steve. 108 
Pierce. Bev; 83.125 
Pierce. Jerrv; 1.35 
Pierce. Jo Mild red;. 35 
Pinkston. Linda; 30.44.46..57..58.65. 

68.71.79.80.83.110.111.112. 

141.1.50 
Pinkston. Pattv. 47,79.80.82.150 
Pippo. Debbie; 6.5.79,82.1 10,11 1.1 12. 

135 
Pirtle. Beta. 30 
Pbster.Judv; 125 
Plaster. Chris; 150 
PLAYMAKERSCLL'B 66 
Pollino, Beck\, 80,135 
Pollino, Paul. 125 
PortwcHxl, Marjorie, 125 
Powell. Bobbv. 126 
Powers. c;haries. 60.118.130 
Powers. Judv; 135 
Powers. Michael. 150 
Powers. Rands; 150 
Powers. Thea. 126 
Pratt, Stuart; 78.89.150 
PirwctI, Ed. 78,99,1 18,136 
Price, Bob; 72,126 
Puente.Juanita, 69,150 
Puenle, Maria, 69.126 
Pullins. Peggv; 130 
Purkev. Charlotte; 1.50 



Q 



Qiian, Doris; 1-35 
Quimuvog. Yvonne; 1-30 
Quinlanilla. Ramon; 9,5.108.109.126 
Quintanilla. Sal, 66,70,151 
Quiranles.Mark; 1-30 



R 



O 



O'Bannon.Gary. 134 



Rafael. Connie; 1-30 
Rafael. Manuel; 126 
Raining. Henrv; 15 
Ramirez. Barbara; 81.126 



Ramirez. Gloria; 66.68.80.133 

Ramirez. Gonz.alo. 1-35 

Ramirez. Hank, 89,151 

Ramirez, Henrv; 78, 130 

Ramirez, Ismael, 1-30 

Ramirez, joe, 78.96,97,151 

Ramirez, Julia. 135 

Ramirez. Manuel; 78,151 

Ramirez, Mike; 78,1-35 

Ramirez, Paul; 151 

Ramirea. Silvia. 1-35 

Ramos, Bill; 27.1 15 

Ramos. Eddie; 9,5,126 

Ramos, Larry; 78,92,1 18 

Ramos, l.lovd, 1-35 

Ramos, Rodncs, 1-30 

Ramos. Ruben. 92.135 

Randle. Larrs; 1-35 

RasmusM)n. Debbie. 81.1-30 

Rasmusson, Gene. 151 

Ralkovec, John. 78,1-35 

Redenbaiigh. Debbie; -30.80,83.1-35 

Reese. Dallas. 1-30 

Reese. Dennis; 47„57.76.77,7S.82. 

118,151 
Rego, Jerrv; 58.62.72.1-35 
Rego. Mary. 62.81.126 
Rentuma. Josie. 130 
Resendez. Gloria; 130 
Resendcz, Jesse. 95.126 
RhcxJes. Stephen, 1-35 
Ricard, Pam, 81,126 
Rice, Donavan; 66.76,126 
Richard son, Jackie, 80,1-35 
Richardson. Jeri; 70.81.126 
Richardson. Nancv; 70.151 
Ricioh. Sieve. 40 ' 
Rico, Rachelle, 126 
Rios. Oscar, 61 
Rios. Pete. 92.1-35 
Rios. Roy; 78.89.1-30 
Rivera, Mike. 173 
Rivers. Cathv; 62.76.81.82.131 
Robins. Sherry. 131 
Robins. Theresa. 126 
Robinson, Marvjo. 81.83,126 
Holiiiiv..n, Pal; 151 
Robinwin, Stan; 126 
Robison. Brvce, 46„58.59.60.66.82. 

114.151 
Robles. Lorraine; 1-35 
Rohles, Margaret; 126 
Rodrigues. Alison; 81.131 
Rodngues, Chris; 131 
Rodrigues. Elsa, 131 
Rodrigues. Jess; 92.9-3.108 
Rodrigues. Joe. 126 
Rodngues, Robert, 1-35 
Rodrigues, Marlene; 81,126 
Roehm,(;eorge, 72.151 
Rwhm.Joan. 131 
Rogers. Carl, -30,92 
Rogers, Dale, 135 
Rogers, John, 89,135 
Rogers. Joyce, 81.126 
Rogers, Robert, 131 
Romero, Chuck, 131 
Roofe, Brvan,37 
Rosa, Tonv; 37 
Rosas. Frank, 78,89,1 14.1-35 
Rosas, Tons, 92,1 14.131 
R<A>ell. Michael. 131 
Rowcll. W alter, 135 
R<wland.Brenda. 69.151 
Roz-enski. Mike. 102.103.104,131 
Rozenski. Pam. 73,65,79.83,111,113, 

151 
Russell. Carol; 32.40 
Russell. Robert; 20.66 
Rvlee.Jainet. 81.83.131 



Salas. Rosie; 36 

Salinas. Arnold. 173 

Salinas. Frank. 126 

Salinas. Paul, 131 

Salvador, Rhonda; 30,64,66 79.81.151. 

1,58,160,162, 163,I7-},175.19.5 
Sampler, Garv; 126 
Samudio. Emie. 95.108.126 
Sanabria. Jose; 92.1-35 
Sanabria. Mario; 97.1 17.131 
Sanwn. Mario; 95.126 
Sancen. Ramiro; 135 
Sanches. Ras, 62,92 
Sanchez. Carmen; 1.31 
Sanchez. Lucv. 131 
Sanchez. Ray. 114.131 
Sandate. Francisco; 37: 
Scarfo, Judv; 58,59.60.79.81.151. 

166.178.195 
Schagunn, Brace; 135 
Schagunn, Curt; 135 
Schmidt. Franklin; 28.95.108 
Sclineider. Don. 78.1 18.135 
SCIENCE. 23 
Sconce. Laveme; 29.131 
Scott. Herbert. 22.97. 117 
ScToggins. Garv. 97.117.131 
Scroggins. Marilyn. 61.62.82,135 
Scroggins. Sharon; 1.35 



Seeno. Jill; 58.133 

Seeno. Joe; 94.95.108.109 

Segovia. Frank. 97.151 

Segovia. Mars. 131 

Segovia. Max; 97.1.35 

Scko. Sharon. 62.68.69.81.83. 131 

Sellers. Jim; 65.66.76.77.135 

Sellers. Vickie. 131 

SENIOR CLASS; 1.37-1.55 

Sephus. David. 108.109 

Sephus. Debbie. 135 

Sema. Buddv. 131 

Sema, Linda; 62.69.79.81.82.1 12. 

135 
Sema. Ray; 131 
Settembrino; lacquie. 152 
Sharafanowich; Waller; 18,148 
Sharkey. Paul. 135 
Shelton. Pam. 76.77.151 
Sheppard. Duane. 78.100.152 
Sheppard, Eddie, 131 
Sheppard. Sharon. 152 
Sherman. Janis. 68.79.81.13.5 
Shrieves. Kenneth. 67 
Sidrian. Rosemars. 1.3,5 
Sidrian, Roselinda, 126 
Silva, Allan; 65„58,1.3.5,166 
Silva. Calvin; 29.62.83 
Silva. Martin. 78.89.118.1.52 
Silva. Tim. 95.1 18.126 
Simpson. Brenda. 70.80.83.135 
Sims. Barbara. 126 
Singh. Barbara, 81.126 
Singh, Mike, 72,78,97,117,1.52 
Si(iuiedo,Christi; 81,135 
Siqueido, Tom, 126 
Sit. Jean; 56,70,152 
Sit Yuen; .56,.57„58,62,70,99, 

1.35 
Skeen, Donald. 1.53 
Smahlik, Maria, 70,83,148,1,53 
Smith, Claudia; 56,76,82,135 
Smith, Dale, 72,92,131 
Smith, Dennis; 76 
Smith. Lawerence; 60.1.35 
Smith. Lin. 81.126 
Smith. Phvllis; 135 
Smith. Robert. 135 
Smith. Shellv; 131 
Smith. Stanley; 9.5.108.126 
Smith. Thomas; 26.78.66.72.1.53 
Smith. Vivia; 62.81,83.131 
Smith, William, 135 
Smvlie. George, 23,89,107 
Snow, William; 25 
SOCIAL STUDIES, 24-25 
Somerhalder, Jean; .5S,.59,62,70,79,81,8 

82.135 
Somerhalder. Sharon; 40.81.83.126 
SONGLEADERS; 113 
SOPHOMORE CLASS 127-131 
SOPHOMORE HOP; 40-41 
Sorenson. Dana; 131 
Sorenson, GcrakI, 131 
Sorenson, Rene. 65 
Southern, Jactjuila, 1-35 
Southern, Nancy. 126 
Souza. Frank; 37 
SPANISH CLL'B; 62-63 
Sparks. Judv; 131 
SPECIAL SERVICES; 36-37 
Spinelli.Angelo; 28.131 
Spinelli. Frank. 153 
Spinelli. Teresa; 81 
Spnnger. Peter 25.152 
Stallings. Albert. 47.153 
Stallings, Tom, 78,96,97,131 
Stammer, Tom, 26,72 
Standridge, Mike; 135 
Stanton. John; 92,117 
Stephens, Debbie; 47 
Stephens, Dennis; 133 
Stewart, Craig, 78,97,135 
Stewart, Diane; 62.81,83.126 
Stolhand. Wavne; 107.131 
Stone. Dannv; 92.135 
Stonebarger. Glenn; 62.72.92.107.1 15.131 
Stometla. Fred. 64,72,131 
Stometia, John, 60,136,193 
STL'DENTCOL'NCIL, 57 
Sluice, Maria, 60,68.69,79,80,1,52 
Sluice, R.Klnes. 72.131 
Sudweeks, Phillip. 151 
Sudweeks. Wayne, 126 
Summcv, Rocco; 1.36 
Suniga, Gilbert. 70.136 
Sulliff, Deborah; 68,80.82.133 
Sutliff, Mark; 67,136 
Sweat, Kathv; 173 
Swindle, Don, 131 



Tamavo, Bob; 136 
Tarango, Cecilia; 62,69,126 
Tavlor, Dale. 126 
Tavlor.Jen-v; 67.1.53 
Tavlor, judv. 136 
Tavlor. Karen; 136 
Tavlor. Rickv; 126 
Tavlor. Sheila 1.53 



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Seniors Bid Farewell To Liberty High 



Taylor. Steven; 131 

Teixeira. Kathv; 126 

TKNNIS, 98-99 

Terrill, IVgsv, Sl.«3,126 

ThirkrII. Dan; 136 

Thompson. Bcllv, .57.66.69.80,82,83, 

112.1.5.3 
Thompv>n. C;laiidin<-; l.>3 
Thompson. Naomi; 66.81.83.126 
Thompson. Sandie; 131 
Thornton. Kred; 126 
Thornton. Pamela; 62.66,71.81,83,1 17, 

131 
Thorton. Pat; 70.136 
Torres, Chris; 1.36 
Torres. Ron; 72.95. 126 
Torres. Hector; 131 
Torrez. Francine; .58.&4. 68.81. 1.36.167. 

169.174.176.178.19.3 
Tovar, Gloria, 35.76.81.131 
Tovar. Jcx-; 78.83,92.1 14.1.36 
Tovar. Nancv. 68.69.81 .*3. 126 
To«iivn<l, Dona, 126 
Tn«nst.[i(l. Marlha. 62,65.81,136.184 
TcmnsciKJ. Martha. 68.79.81.154 
To\. SoiHi\, 1,54 
Treat. Marsha. 80.82.136 
Treat, Mel; 67.136 
TR-mblev. Gary; 66.72.78,8:3,118,154 
Trigo,Gernard. 131 
Tmtter.Joe; 126 
Trotter, Ronnie; 67.136 
Trowbridge. Kim; 154 
Turner. Pennv; 66.79,80,82,1 1 1.113, 

154 



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Vi(;il,Jim; 1.36 
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Upton. Jack. 62.114.136 
Urcnda. Belinda. 136 
Uienda. Sandv. 126 
Utterback. Chris. 154 
Utterback. Kurt; 131 



Vaissade. Linda; 61.76.79.80.136 
Valverde. Marv Ann; .56,136 
Valverde, Rudy; 62,92,107.131 
Van Buren, Cheryl; .57.79.80.82,1.36 
Van Tassel. Ethel. 25,.58,.59.60 
Vargas, Rudv; 136 
VARSITY BASKBALl., 114 
VARSITY BASKETBALL; 102-105 
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS, 110 
VARSITY FOOTBALL. 86-91 
VARSITY SWIMMING; 118-119 
VARSITY TRACK; 116 
Vasquez, Ernest; 136 
Venglcy, GarvM 58, 1 62, 1 75. 1 79 
Vlenglev, WilTiam Anthony; 57,.58.82, 

147, 1.54. 1.55, 1.58, 1.59,162. 1&4. 170. 

178.181.195 
Vieira. Abel. 131 
Viera. Debbie; 131 
Viera. Katherin; 49.68.71.82.154 



es. Eddie; 118,136 
Villa, Manuel; 62.92 
Villa. Mary; 134 
Villalpando, Gloria; 131 
Von Schopp, Ellrie; 17,2;,8.3 
Voss. Karen; 68,69,81,83,131,167 



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Four seniors try their graduation robes on for size before the ceremonies 
begin on Ohmstede Field, June 13. This final event will mark the end of 
their high school career at Liberty. 



Walker. Debbie. 62.68.69.70.71.81 

83.131 
Walker. Cherrvl. 56.58,59.60.65.66. 

70.80.82.1.54,162,172.175,181, 

183 
Wallace, Steven, 65,1 15,136 
Wallis. Lavina; 153 
Wallis, Llovd; 131 
Walston, Yvonne, 136 
Ward, Susan; 154 
Warren, Janice. 70.81.83,131 
Washburn. Ollie. 76.92.106.107.131 
Walkins. Dennv; 97.136 
Webster. Marna. 81.131 
Webster. Tom; 136 
Weeks, Betty; 70,81 
Weeks, Charles; 72.76.92.131.166 
Welch. Laurance; 26,92,1 15 
Wheeler. Barbara; 41.68,81,83,111,131 
v\ heeler. Harold; 65,78 82 88 89 90 

114.154 
White, Joan; 1.36 
White. Shellev; .58.69.61. &4.66. 79 

80.136.16.5.174.175.184.195 
Whitener. Karen; 76 
Whittern. Teresa. 1-36 
Wickline. Carolyn; 154 
Wiles, Sharon; 136 
Wiley. Ron; 1.54 



Williams. Pennie Louise. 76,80,136 
Williams. Pennv; 65.76.82 
Williams, Todd. 115 
Wilson, Dixie; 136 
Wilson. Lauraleen; 36 
Winters. Dave. 131 
Winters. Jane; 131 
Winterv Linda. 1.55 
Wong. Cameron. .59.62.131 
Wong. Lucy. 36 
W.Kid. Elaine. 131 
WOOD SHOP 28 
Worden. Linda. 131 
WRESTLING. 100-101 
Wright. c;het. 65.78.1 18.1 19.155 
Wright. Olen. 136 

Wristen. Diane. 62.68.69.70.71 81 83 
131 



Yahn. Theresa. 136 
Yates. Randv. 97.117.1.55 
Yates. Terry; 115 
Ybarra. Cuca. 131 
Yharra. Manuel. 62,136 
YEARBOOK SOCIETY; 64 
Yonemura, Roy 72.92,131 
Yonemura. Sachejean. 70.1.5.5 
Young. Cynthia; 60.61.80.136 



Zamora, George. 78.99. 1 17 
Zech. Mike. 136 
Zech. Sanchez Tilde. 155 
Zeiger, Bertha Jean; 35 




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1968 LION Awards 

"ALL-AMERICAN" 

National Scholastic Press Association 

"Medalist" 

Columbia Scholastic Press Association 

"A + " 

National Scholastic Yearbook Association 

"FIRST PLACE" 

Journalism Conference, Cal State Hayward 

1969 LION Staff 

Editor-in-Chief Judy Scarfo 

Assistant Editor 

Ads Editor Shelley White 

Layout Editor Carol Moore 

Organization Editor 

Art Editor Jeanette Novarina 

Sports Editors Francine Torres 

Bill Vengley 

Activities Editor Leticia Borrayo 

Curriculum Editor 

Senior Editor Rhonda Salvador 

Class Editors Cyndi Pedersen 

MelanieGerkin 

Assistant Ad Editor Debbie Devanport 

Assistant Organization Editor Bob Dyer 

Index Editor Bernett Alves 

Photographers Ken Clark, Fred Stornetta 




Photographer Ken Clark pauses a minute to size up a picture. 



'Thank You' To Those Who Support Staff 



When the going gets rough it's always good to 
know that there are other people standing be- 
hind you. It is for this reason that I would like to 
express a very sincere thank you to those people 
who backed the production of the 1969 LION. 

Administration and faculty for being so under- 
standing and cooperative in granting those last 
minute requests; 

American Yearbook Company for the printing 
of the 1969 LION yearbook; 

Mr. Jim Crosland for his in-the-plant assistance 
with the production of the book; 

Mr. Hal Matson for many of the excellent photo- 
graphs in the book and without whose help it 
would have been almost impossible to put out 



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an effective book; 

Mr. William R. Stephenson for his help with the 
organization of this yearbook; 

Mr. William C. Batze, adviser, to whom we owe 
a special "thanks". Being new as a yearbook ad- 
viser, he faced a situation in which he had to 
learn as well as to teach. So he had to work hard- 
er than anyone else; 

1969 LION staff for their deligence and dedica- 
tion throughout the year. One person can not 
put out a book, but with a cooperative staff it be- 
comes an easy task; 

There it is, the most sincere "thank you" possi- 
ble to those special supporting people. 

Judy Scarfo 
Editor-in-Chief 



'68 LION Earns Two Additional Honors 



Once again the 1968 LION won "All-Ameri- 
can ", title from the National Scholastic Press 
Association and "Medalist" award from the 
Columbia Scholastic Press Association. In 
addition to these two, for the first time in 
Liberty's history the 1968 LION received an 
A-|- rating (highest possible) from the National 
Scholastic Yearbook Association and a first place 
in yearbook excellence at the journalism con- 
ference at California State College at Hay- 
ward. 

Several major changes were made in the 1969 
LION. The first major change was a new ad- 
viser, Mr. Bill Batze. Something new in the way 
of a theme was tried by the 1969 LION staff. 



They took the song, BORN FREE, and used the 
words to it as their theme. Additional pages 
were added to the sports section to try and 
equalize the coverage on varsity sports. By 
selling more ad pages, the 1969 LION staff 
was able to add another page of color to the 
book. Another new idea which the staff tried 
was to design their own cover which would 
specifically match the theme and to have a die 
cut with that design. 

In addition, for the first time, the Senior Ball 
was included in the annual. As a whole, the 196 
pages were used to better tell the story of the 
1968-1969 school vear. 



Annual Staff- Top Row: Ken Clark, Bill Vengley, Melanie Gerkin, Deb- 
bie Davenport, Judy Scarfo, Bernett Alves, Cyndi Pedersen, Rhonda 



Salvador, Francine Torrez, Jeaiiette Novarina. Bottom Row; Caro 
Moore, Shelley White, Bob Dyer, Leticia Borrayo. 




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Born Free 



"BORN FREE" by John Barrv and Don Black 



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"Bom free, and free as the wind blows. 
As free as the grass grows, 
Born free to follow your heart. 

Stay free and beauty surrounds you. 
The world will astound you 
Each time you look for your star. 

Stay free where no walls divide you. 
You're free as the roaring tide. 
So there s no need to hide. 

Born free and life is worth living. 
But only worth living. 
Cause you're born free. 

Stay free where no walls divide you. 
You're free as the roaring tide. 
So there s no need to hide. 

Born free, and life is worth living. 
But only worth living. 
Cause you re born free. 

(C) 1966 by SCREEN GEM-COLUMBIA 
MUSIC, INC NEW YORK 
Used by Permission 




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